(Closed) Islamic Ceremony?

posted 8 years ago in Muslim
Post # 3
53 posts
Worker bee

An Islamic ceremony requires the bride the groom and two witnesses. Depending on the situation some also prefer the bride to have a (wali) which is basically a male representative. This is not an abosolute.  This ceremony is often called the “kttab” or “nikah” but there may also be a turkish name for it. Traditions vary on how/where/when it’s done.  Its usually a very small and simple affair followed by a larger celebration at a different location and/or venue. It can be held anywhere from your private home to the local mosque.

Post # 4
8 posts
  • Wedding: June 2011

@LaurelLu: Hey there,

I know it’s been ages since you posted this. But I want to ask you how was the wedding in Turkey. My fiance is turkish too! Can you tell me a little bit about the wedding?


Post # 5
67 posts
Worker bee

Ma-moon Im Turkish/muslim I can help you hun.Turkish weddings are two days the day before the wedding is kina gecesi which means henna night.Here is a intresting blog of a none turkish girls henna night.http://www.travelblog.org/Middle-East/Turkey/Aegean/Pamukkale/blog-73055.html  The religious ceremony is with close family and after wards they have a big party in a banquet hall or yard if you cant afford a canquet hall and we all dance eat do alot of different turkish dances and in the end of the night the guest give you gifts which is gold or money! I can go into detail but ill be here all day!

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