A Mix Wedding in Casablanca, Morocco | Nabila & Julien

Weddings in Morocco are so much fun to photograph. Even though it was my first trip to Casablanca, I already knew what to expect as I met Nabila and Julien in Paris prior the trip. All the traditonal ingredients of the moroccan weddings were part of the celebration: the grand entrance on the Amarya, the kaftans, the djellaba, the ever-magnificent “Fassia’ (the headdress), the negafa, the pastilla, the loud moroccan band, the crazy dancing until the end of the night… Many friends and family members made it all the way from Paris to celebrate Nabila and Julien’s wedding in style. We conclude the festive weekend by a late afternoon portrait session near the Hassan II mosque in Casablanca (the seventh largest mosque in the world). Congratulations to our newlywed couple!!

groom uncovering the bride wearing the fassia at moroccan wedding by wedding photography casablanca

Black and white shot of the moroccan wedding during the reception in Casablanca

Bride changing her dress and being helped by three negafas, the 'official' ladies in charge of the respect of traditions.

Creative Black and White portrait of the bride posing in front of the wedding car by wedding photography casablanca

the bride making her entrance in the traditional amaryia by wedding photography casablanca

Bride and groom seating on the stage during the wedding reception and being helped by a negafa.

Bride and groom passing at tables to greet their wedding guests for attenting the event in Casablanca, Morocco

The bride getting ready for the traditional wedding dress the fassia.

groom going for the forehead kiss to the bride.

Bride and groom through candle lights by wedding photography casablanca

Reflection of the bride through the window.

couple posing in front of the grand mosque at casablanca delivered by wedding photography casablanca

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