Media outlets leaked shocking reports of a legendary wedding for the daughter of King Salman bin Abdulaziz, in which copious amounts of money were spent on lavish events.
According to Saudi Leaks sources, Princess Hessa’s wedding to Prince Fahd bin Saad cost more than $15 million.
The sources stated that many Saudi and Arab singers provided lyrical events during the wedding ceremony held in Jeddah last month.
Syrian artist Asala received a million dollars for one hour of singing for the wedding ceremony.
Layalina website described the wedding of King Salman’s daughter as “elegant and legendary, which was held on an unusual night.”
It pointed out that each room of the royal palace that hosted the wedding provided a different experience.
The website added that “the individual spaces were distinguished by superior aesthetics and a distinct and independent colour palette.”
Guests were also welcomed in scenes inspired by Islamic architecture, desert landscapes and flowering gardens.
Layalina website stated that “all were designed using detailed mosaics in addition to features carved with advanced 3D technology and mother-of-pearl inlays, along with elements of flora and fauna, at the wedding of King Salman’s daughter.
International style dress
Regarding the dress that Princess Hessa wore, she resorted, according to the site, to the international designer Stephane Rolland, who received a large sum of money for it.
Roland posted on his account on Instagram a glimpse of the embroidery visible on the dress.
He stated that “the heritage aura in a contemporary style on the white and gold sleeves was designed by Her Highness Princess Sultana bint Turki Al-Sudairy.”
He indicated that the design was in partnership with jewellery maker Johan more than 30 years ago.
Princess Hessa is the daughter of King Salman from his wife, the late Princess Sultana bint Turki bin Ahmed Al-Sudairy.
As for Prince Fahd, he occupied one of the most critical positions in the Saudi Ministry of Interior, a crime-fighting advisor, ranked fifteenth in the ministry.