Weddings are a celebration of the happiness that the union of two different families brings. Like every other religion has its own beautiful and mesmerizing way of celebrating this union, Islam celebrates it in the presence of the Holy Quran. What is regarded as a ritual and tradition to carry forward generations and extend the Muslim community, Nikaah is the primary duty that every Muslim has to fulfil.
The wedding attires are chosen to be nothing less than perfect. No matter how differently the bride and the groom are dressed, the match gives you some serious marriage goals! Muslim grooms usually dress up in churidar and kurta. Smartly cut and intricately designed Indo – western wedding attires have captured hearts of all the to – be – grooms nowadays. This gorgeous wedding attire is then matched with a pair of Nagrai shoes.
Apart from the age old Salwar Kameez, wedding attire in the form of Sharara or Saree is a popular choice among all Muslim brides. The Holy Quran commands decency in the attire of the bride and that is strictly and religiously taken care of. In order to signify the presence of almighty and invite prosperity, the bride usually dresses up in green. Green is known to be a positive colour that denotes joy. The bride looks nothing less than a queen with all the heavy yet lavish ornaments that are paired up with the attire of her dreams.
To get all the information about Muslim weddings, check the website that is to be released on 28th February 2018.