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Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Beautiful Henna (Mehndi) Designs



We wish all of our Muslim readers Eid Mubarak!


Muslim women decorate their hands and feet for their weddings with elaborate and intricate henna designs. They also do it on special occasions, such as Eid. So taking that into consideration, and since it is time for Eid celebration, we feature beautiful henna hand and feet designs in today's article. These henna designs are appropriate for the bride, and for those wanting to celebrate special occasions such as on Eid.

The application of the henna can take anyway from one to five hours depending on the type of designs being applied. The more elaborate and intricate the designs, the longer it takes for the henna artist to apply the bridal henna designs.

Please take a look at some of the more beautiful henna designs that we found recently.

Photo by Ameer Hamza
Dressed for Eid-ul-Fitr, with lovely floral henna design on hands.

Photo by Asma-kr
Eid-ul-Fitr floral assymmetric Arabic henna design on hands.

Intricate bridal henna designs from South Asia, groom has some done as well.

Henna designs in a darker stain.

Traditional Indian Muslim bridal henna design in vibrant red-orange stain.

Feet are not forgotten, bridal henna designs on the feet.

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Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Muslim Marriages | Islamic Rules and Way of Life

This blog focuses on wedding planning and preparations, that is, the activities that prelude the actual marriage. It can be fun to spend a lot of your time on planning your dream Muslim wedding (nikkah). Your mother, your grandmother, your sisters and female friends will be only too happy to help you do this - picking out your wedding dresses, planning your studio photography shoots, the venue, decorations, music and the food.

Yes, it is very easy to get caught up in the moment. So I thought to spend some time to gather material that will help the Muslim bride-to-be re-focus her thoughts on what comes after the wedding day.

The wedding day is but one day of your life. It is the marriage that will last until you return to God, if it does not end up in divorce first!

So while learning about the marriage aspect right now may not be as fun as viewing wedding dresses and dreaming about your own lovely wedding dress (and so on), pleaes take the time to view the material below. It will be beneficial to you in your mariages in the long run :)

Marriage is half your deen, so said Prophet Muhammad. That is very true. But people often think that “marriage is half your deen” only means that it is half your deen to get married. Actually, the half your deen is not in the act of getting married, the Sunnah is not just being married.

The half your deen is in how you behave within that marriage and if it draws you closer to Allah. It can only draw you closer to Allah if you are behaving within that marriage in an excellent manner towards your spouse and following the example of the Prophet Muhammad in how he behaved in his marriages (or for women, following the guidance he gave us and the examples of his wives).

Keeping this in mind, the act of getting married is not over on your wedding day. Please view the following video that explains why treating your spouse with respect, kindness, tolerance and love is vital in maintaining a successful marriage - this is how you will make marriage half your deen.




Hamza Yusuf on Marriage, Responsibiities
and Our Relationship With Allah


Part 2-1


Notable parts in Video include: God created all human beings from one soul. In this world, human beings are in search for peace, and a feeling of wholeness that will be attained in paradise. The male and female coming together (in a marriage) makes a whole, which is a taste of what is in paradise.

Part 2-2


Notable parts in Video include: We seek after things in this life, and may attain what we seek. But keep in mind that what we get is not from our "seeking" but through God. After all, one can seek all that one wants, but not get anything. And someone else who seeks, gets what he wants. Some of the most clever people are impoverished and some of the more simpler ones are enriched in this world.

Part 2-3


Notable parts in Video include: Marriage is an important foundational institutions in the world, and in many cultures. But it is being threatened in a way that is hasn't been before. Vast majority of responsibility rests upon the males, and how they conduct themselves with the women in the house (taking care, protecting, and providing security to the women; their mothers, wives and daughters). Society's problems stem from the problems that begin in the homes.

Sheikh Feiz Muhammad on Marriage in Islam



Notable parts in Video include: Our eyes are the most dangerous our senses, which we look through, as windows to the world. Whatever we see, goes straight back to the heart, where in return we can be either be blessed or sinned.

More Marriage Videos by Sheikh Feiz Muhammad can be found here.

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Sunday, September 21, 2008

Hijab Wedding Styles | Nikkah Wedding Outfits

More Beautiful Modest Nikkah Wedding Fashion Styles

More and more Muslim brides are opting to wear the hijab for their nikkah ceremonies. This is because weddings these days are not totally segregated affairs with the men in one room and the women in the other room like decades ago. Today, it is usual for there to be some unintentional mixing during weddings.

So it is better if the bride is dressed appropriately during the nikkah ceremony. Of course, hopefully, the guests will also be equally attired modestly according to Islamic rules!


Here are some more pretty hijab wedding nikkah styles I came across while surfing the Internet.


Hijab Styles
Wear Hijab and Drape Short Lace Veil
Around in Different Styles Shown Above





Touch of Blue!
Draping a Colored Veil Adds an Eye-Catching Flair
to Your White Wedding Dress

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Moroccan Wedding Caftans | Muslim Nikkah Wedding Styles

Moroccan Wedding Caftans or Kaftans

Moroccan weddings are lavish and colorful events. The wedding outfits worn by the bride, usually a caftan, is equally colorful, in all pretty hues. For instance, the orange caftan looks like a piece of art work, with hand made detailed work. The caftan is a long cotton or silk cloak buttoned down the front, with full sleeves, reaching to the ankles and worn with a sash. In Morocco, the caftan (or kaftan) is the national (original) dress, worn only by the Moroccan women. Moroccan men wear a hooded long cloak called the Jellaba.

The Moroccan caftan (kaftan) can be casual to formal (similar to a western dress) depending on the materials used. They are usually worn at dinner parties, baby showers, engagement parties and weddings, essentially any gathering where women gather together. It is an opportunity for women to dress up and show off to each other.

The caftan consists usually of two pieces, or sometimes more. There is an inner piece (long dress) and an outer covering (long cloak) and a sash or belt completes the look.

In addition to having a wide variety based on striking colors, the best things about Moroccan wedding caftans are the intricate detail to fabric and embroidery work. A woman gets to feel feminine and regal in these caftans, flowing long dresses that evoke a sense of romance.

It is a great choice for your wedding outfit, if you are looking to add some color to your wedding look. Since the caftan covers all parts of your body (if you stay away from the modern ones that are see-through, or made of thin material), you can easily incorporate the hijab with these wedding nikkah outfits.

Check out these Moroccan wedding caftan styles, and you will see what I mean. Absolutely gorgeous.



These Showcase Traditional Moroccan Wedding Caftans
I saw some very nice designs and styles here.


These Showcase Modern Looks in Moroccan Wedding Caftans
I was not too fond of these designs, too modern for my liking,
but some of the styles in here were good.

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Friday, September 12, 2008

Wedding Beauty Tips | Feed Your Skin

Feed your skin

In order to look your best on your wedding day, you have to start taking care of your body and facial skin starting today. Nothing would be worse than ugly and sallow skin, and tired bones on the big night.

If you are the active sort of girl, then you should know that being active outdoor the whole day eventually makes your skin tired and dirty. Imagine the pollution, pressure of long working hours, and the foundation applied to cover the skin since early in the morning. These things inevitably lead to blemishes, wrinkles, spots, puffiness around the eyes and dull skin.

Get Fresh, Bright, and Clean Skin

We all wish for stunning fresh and radiant skin even without need for makeup. But very few of us actually can get away with it. Most of us have to work hard to keeping our skin looking good.

Here are some tips that will help you achieve good skin in time for your wedding.

Moisturise

Besides taking the extra effort in cleaning the skin, our skin also needs to be nourished with proper treatment, such as day and night creams. Nightly nourishing is best. Be sure to first learn what type of skin you have; dry, oily or normal. Then you may start hunting for the right nutrient for your skin. Just as we need good nutrients for other parts of the body, so too our skin.

Understand Your Skin Type

First, understand your skin type and specify the problem. Just as mentioned above; the dry, oily, normal, or combination type with specific oily area. If possible, have a consultation with a dermatologist or a beauty consultant about your skin problem, such as UV spots, puffiness, wrinkles, acne, or allergies. During the consultation, you should find the right product for your skin condition.

Types of Creams

Cream for the day serves to moisturize the skin during daily activities. Avoid oily or milky ingredients if you have oily skin or a combination skin type, instead use acid-based creams like fruit extract. If you have dry to normal skin, you may use milky or oily creams like the olive oil or yoghurt extract. Apply the day cream after cleaning the face of makeup (for ladies), then layer your skin with SPF UV protection.

Cleanse Your Skin

At night, take a shower and clean your face with the right cleansing solution. Leave the skin free for some time to literally take a deep breath. Before going to bed, apply your night cream. The golden moment, or so the sleeping time has been dubbed, helps a lot in regenerating skin cells. With the support from night cream the cells regenerate even more.

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Friday, September 5, 2008

Modest Wedding Dresses | Eternity Gowns

Here are some wedding dress designs from Eternity Gowns that are suitable for brides looking for a modest yet sophisticated wedding dress look.

Most of these designs I picked out are three-quartered sleeves, which are suitable for Muslim brides who do not plan on wearing the hijab, but want to look modest.

You can check out Eternity Gowns for these designs; they have retail stores around the US. Or you can use these designs as an inspiration in creating your own wedding dress look.

Modest Wedding Dress Designs






I tend to like the idea of a bit of color in the wedding dress. It makes the wedding dress look more striking than if it were all in white.



If it was going to be all white, I tend to like that the bodice and skirt of the wedding dress show some detailed work - like beadwork or embroidery, such as in the picture above.

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Sophisticated Wedding Dresses With Modesty in Mind | Eternity Gowns


Modest Western-styled Wedding Dresses

I am so elated to have found some spectacular modest Western-styled wedding dress designs that meets most Muslim brides requirements of both modesty and beauty! I have found several Turkish websites that design Western-styled wedding dresses, but most of them do not deliver to the US. And besides, it can get pretty costly when you convert the rates, and add shipping and handling. Phew!

But I've found a website in the US that makes modest wedding dresses its main product line, and it also has retail stores around the US. They are called Eternity Gowns.

If you wear the hijab, some of these designs allow you to easily incorporate your scarf without any difficulty. And if you do not wear the hijab, but are looking for something modest anyway, hopefully these designs will inspire you!

Wedding Dress Designs To Wear With Hijab






I like this two piece wedding outfit a lot because it is so unusual, which makes it unique. The plain white top is paired nicely with the rose pattern white skirt.



This out is all about sophistication. I love the flip up collar and the detailed beadwork and embroidery all over the front of the bodice that tapers to the length of the full skirt. Lovely design.

Click here to view modest wedding dress designs that you could wear, if you are not planning on wearing a hijab.

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Nikkah Wedding Dress | Modest Muslim Styles

Modest Wedding Nikkah Dresses

A lot of Muslim brides complain that they have a difficult time finding a wedding dress that is beautiful and yet suitable for an Islamic wedding. If you have taken a trip to the bridal boutiques, you will notice that many of the fashions cater to Westernized notions of what constitutes a beautiful wedding dress. Most of these wedding dresses show too much skin, are see-through, and are not at all suitable for a Muslim bride!

This article showcases some proper Muslim wedding dresses that I have come across, which are both modest and lovely in its design. I hope the readers will be inspired by these designs.

Nikkah Wedding Dresses






A lot of Muslim brides these days like to wear white. But really there is no religious significance for wearing white. Colours, such as the lovely green nikkah wedding dress and the golden one, are also lovely choices.



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The Muslim Marriage - Nikkah

Before you can start planning your wedding day, you should take the time to find out about the necessary Islamic requirements needed to conduct the wedding.

This article will provide some information on the necessary Islamic requirements for a Muslim wedding.

The marriage is called a "Nikkah" in Arabic. The marriage between a man and a woman is considered as a sacred contract. The Quran verses that describe marriage in Islam can be found in Surah 4 (An-Nisa, Women). However, the sacred marriage contract is not irrevocable as in Catholicism - divorce is permitted in Islam.

The primary requirements needed for the marriage are as follows:

1) Mutual agreement (Ijab-O-Qubul) by the bride and the groom.
2) Two adult and sane witnesses.
3) Mahr (marriage-gift or dowry) to be paid by the groom to the bride either immediately (muajjal) or deferred (muakhkhar), or a combination of both.

The secondary requirements needed are as follows:
1) Legal guardian (wakeel) representing the bride.
2) Written marriage contract ("Aqd-Nikah) signed by the bride and the groom and witnesses by two adult and sane witnesses.
3) Qadi (State appointed Muslim judge) or Ma'zoon (a responsible person officiating the marriage ceremony).
4) Khutba-tun-Nikah to solemnize the marriage.

Marriage Contract

Both parties mutually agree and enter into a marriage contract. Both bride and groom have the liberty to define various terms and conditions of their liking and make them a part of this contract. At the wedding, which can take place pretty much anywhere, the bride and groom are separated in different rooms. They may or may not be able to see each other, depending on how conservative the families are.

An officiant he asks the spouses-to-be if they consent to the marriage and if they are marrying of their own free will (a representative called a wali, usually the bride's father, answers the officiant's questions on the bride's behalf). This is equivalent of the father of the bride walking the bride down the aisle, and giving away his daughter, in Western cultures. The couple signs the marriage contract or license, with witnesses observing. The officiant brings the pair together and pronounces them husband and wife.


Mahr, Muslim Dowry Given to Bride


The marriage-gift (Mahr) is a divine injunction. The giving of mahr to the bride by the groom is an essential part of the contract.

'And give the women (on marriage) their mahr as a (nikah) free gift" (Quran 4:4)

Mahr is a token commitment of the husband's responsibility and may be paid in cash, property or movable objects to the bride herself. The amount of mahr is not legally specified, however, moderation according to the existing social norm is recommended. The mahr may be paid immediately to the bride at the time of marriage, or deferred to a later date, or a combination of both. The deferred mahr however, falls due in case of death or divorce.

Marriage Sermon

The assembly of nikah is addressed with a marriage sermon (khutba-tun-nikah) by the Muslim officiating the marriage. Usually the Qadi (state appointed Muslim judge) does this, but any trust worthy practicing Muslim can conduct the nikah ceremony, as Islam does not advocate priesthood.

Prophet Muhammad (S) made it his tradition (sunnah) to have marriage sermon delivered in the assembly to solemnize the marriage. The sermon invites the bride and the groom, as well as the participating guests in the assembly to a life of piety, mutual love, kindness, and social responsibility.

The Khutbah-tun-Nikah begins with the praise of Allah. His help and guidance is sought. The Muslim confession of faith that 'There is none worthy of worship except Allah and Muhammad is His servant and messenger" is declared. The three Quranic verses (Quran 4:1, 3:102, 33:70-71).

The Muslim officiating the marriage ceremony concludes the ceremony with prayer (Dua) for bride, groom, their respective families, the local Muslim community, and the Muslim community at large (Ummah)

Marriage (nikah) is considered as an act of worship (ibadah). It is virtuous to conduct it in a Mosque keeping the ceremony simple. The marriage ceremony is a social as well as a religious activity. Islam advocates simplicity in ceremonies and celebrations.

Prophet Muhammad (S) considered simple weddings the best weddings:

'The best wedding is that upon which the least trouble and expense is bestowed". (Mishkat).

The Marriage Banquet (Walima)


The groom holds a banquet called a walima. The relatives, neighbors, and friends are invited in order to make them aware of the marriage.

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Thursday, September 4, 2008

Muslim Weddings | Styles, Designs and Fashionable Trends



This website has been created for Muslim brides and bridegrooms in the process of planning their nikkah (weddings).

There are tons of websites out there with a focus on weddings, but a perusal of these websites will show that the majority of them are not catered towards Muslim weddings. For instance, the wedding dress or gown designs show too much skin that are inappropriate for modest Muslim brides. Or the emphasis on extravagant weddings parties with music, dancing and free flow of liquor is not in keeping with Islamic rules or lifestyle.

This presents a dilemma for Muslim brides and bridegrooms looking to plan a proper Islamic wedding, but one that is also memorable for themselves and their family and friends.

Dob't worry - this is not an impossible task. Many have done it. And you can too. But I want to help by providing you, the reader, with ideas and tips on styles, designs and fashionable trends for your wedding day that is in keeping with Islam.

Please take the time to read my articles and send me an email to tell me how I am doing!

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