(Closed) Muslim Husband

posted 6 years ago in Muslim
Post # 3
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

I am not religious but I will be using my mother’s rosary to wrap my bouquet. Maybe you could incorporate a star and crescent somehow into your bouquet wrap? If you could find something like this, you could use it as a tribute to his faith. But ask him how he feels about it first to make sure he doesn’t have a problem with it. I think it’s sweet that you want to honor him in that way.

Post # 4
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2011

My husband is Mormon and I am Catholic, but we decided to go non-denominational on the ceremony.  We did however, incorporate a prayer into the ceremony that seemed to satiate both sides of our family.  It wasn’t a big deal to us though.  We both believe in God, but the similarities end there.

Post # 6
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650 posts
Busy bee

You could have some traditional stuff incorporated into teh reception, is there a specific kind of food that is particular to his faith, a prayer, music, anything small that he can recognise and sppreciate.

My fiance and I are the same and I will incorparate some of his music into the reception.

 

 

Post # 7
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

My Fiance is not Muslim but I was raised in the religion and it is an important part of my mother’s life.  What I am going to do is have the Imam from the Masque I grew up in marry us.. It is a modified ceremony so as not to be heavily religious but it adds that touch that will be perfect for my mom.  I would suggest a simple prayer…perhaps a short surrah reading and blessing at the end of your ceremony.  Blessings are universal and i think everyone would appreciate that 🙂

 

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