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Love and Tradition: Inside the Islamic Nikah Ceremony

Marriage in Islam is a holy union, and Muslims hold their weddings with that concept in mind. With rich cultural customs and spiritual significance, an Islamic wedding transcends mere ceremony to become a profound testament to the couple’s commitment to each other and to their shared religious beliefs. That is why Muslims around the world […]

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More than Just a Meal: Exploring the Magic of the Wedding Breakfast

One of the old British traditions is the wedding breakfast, which may sound baffling to people who haven’t experienced it. Quite contrary to its meaning, wedding breakfast is not a regular morning meal and hardly ever happens in the morning. Then, you might ask, why is it called breakfast? Here, we will explore all the

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Night Before Wedding Traditions – To Break or Embrace?

Weddings are rich in traditions, stemming from various cultures and evolving over time. While some have faded, many, like rings, flowers, and choosing a special date, remain integral to both traditional and non-traditional weddings today. Even the night before the wedding has its own set of traditions rooted in history.  Couples often plan this special

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10 Common Wedding Superstitions in the UK

In the enchanting world of weddings, even modern ones, traditions and superstitions play a fascinating role; they often weave a tapestry of beliefs, customs, and age-old practices. From warding off mischievous spirits to inviting good fortune and safeguarding love, these superstitions have stood the test of time and been passed down through generations. They may

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