Aly Mazhar Weds His Sweetheart on the Beach
On October 15th, Aly Mazhar tied the knot with his best friend, Nada Shatat in a beach wedding in El Alamein.
Hossam Ghaly was one of the guests at the wedding ceremony. He was keen to share a photo with his Instagram followers, where he and his wife stood next to the wedded couple. He congratulated Mazhar with a caption that shows how close both of them are.
The marriage officiant was the preacher, Mustafa Hosny.
The wedding had a floral theme in the colors white and blue to match the sea. The event design and flowers were by Karim Violette. The bride's dress is a fitted lace on a beaded gown with flowy sleeves, designed by Salma Osman. Her hair was styled by Ahmed and Abdou. The headpiece is by Halo Headpieces and jewelry from Tony Jewellery Watches. The bride’s flawless makeup was done by Nesma Mansour. Aly Mazhar wore an elegant suit from Zenga. The beautiful shots of the wedding were captured by Bullseye Photography by Karim Roushdy.
DJ: Hadi Sabaa
Sound & light: Provision
Venue: Al Alamein Hotel
Media coverage: Boosterbees
Setup Photography: Adel ElRamly
In celebration of Aly Mazhar’s wedding, let’s have a closer look at his profession and education:
Aly Mazhar is the CEO and founder of B-Fit Company in Egypt since January 2013, a certified fitness trainer for CrossFit, and the first player in the Middle East to represent a famous American clothing company.
He graduated from Rutgers University, USA, Department of Economics and Finance.
He’s a former football player who represented Egypt in many clubs and youth teams and also worked as an analyst at EFG Hermes.
He started playing football in Maadi Club. When he reached the age of 11, he played with his team a friendly match against Al-Ahly; the following year, he moved to Al-Ahly Club and continued to play there until the age of 16. Mazhar also played for the Egyptian junior national team under the age of 17.
In 2006, he received a scholarship at Rutgers University in New Jersey and played there for three seasons, then returned to Egypt in 2010 after graduation. He signed a professional contract with the Arab Contractors and played two seasons, but the contract was cancelled due to the country’s circumstances that followed the revolution. After that, he joined the Olympic national team.
Hani Ramzy, the former coach of the Olympic team, included him in the preliminary list in preparation for the 2012 London Olympics.
In 2012, he was involved in a car accident and was unable to move for 6 months. After his recovery, he decided to quit football and change his career.
Mohamed El-Nini and Mohamed Salah were his colleagues in the Arab Contractors Club and he is friends with the duo, especially the latter.
When Mohamed Salah is in Egypt, Mazhar trains him on his visit to maintain the star’s fitness.