The Islamic religion is the second largest religion that’s widely practiced in the Middle East, South Asia, Africa and other terrains where it’s widely recognized and practiced. As a religious obligation, marriage in Islam is called a “Nikkah” and deemed a contract between the couple and Allah. However, Muslim marriage traditions may differ based on culture, the Islamic sect, and observation of gender separation rules.
The only requirement for a valid Muslim wedding is the signing of a marriage contract by the couple and witnesses. Muslim weddings can be observed anywhere and not necessarily in a mosque as most are held at any venue that suits the couple such as the romantic valleys in Italy. Also, there’s no requirement of an official clergy but instead a knowledgeable Muslim like a Cleric/Imam/Sheikh who’s versed in Islamic wedding ceremony to officiate the wedding.
The common rituals observed in a Muslim wedding:
We can help you plan a Muslim wedding ceremony in one of the most beautiful sceneries in Italy and a mosque (as it will be more difficult and demanding for you). Contact us today!