Islamic Marriage Ceremony
In Islam, marriage is a legal contract (Literary Arabic: عقد القران ʻaqd al-qirān, "matrimony contract"; Urdu: نکاح نامہ / ALA-LC: Nikāḥ-nāmah) between two people. The bride is to consent to the marriage of her own free will. A formal, binding contract is considered integral to a religiously valid Islamic marriage and outlines the rights and responsibilities of the groom and bride. There must be two Muslim witnesses of the marriage contract. Divorce is permitted and can be initiated by either party. The actual rules of marriage and divorce (often part of Personal Status Laws) can differ widely from country to country based on codified law and the school of jurisprudence that is largely followed in that country.
Our Imams will travel to your location and perform the Islamic marriage ceremony on the day of the wedding. Having performed over 3000 weddings combined our Imams will make sure that your islamic wedding ceremony is memorable and completed correctly. If you have any questions about the process or procedure please feel free to email us or check out our FAQ's