The average cost of a wedding in the U.S. is $35,329 according to The Knot, and that btw does not include the honeymoon. Of course this is an average, and if you live in small town USA, your cost will probably be a lot less, and if you are in Manhattan or Silicon Valley it will More Info »
April is Arab-American Heritage Month and we wanted to discuss the highlights of an Arab wedding. The Arab World consists of 22 countries in the Middle East and North Africa, so although there are some commonalities there are many differences (which are difficult to capture in one blog post). The Arab people are very diverse. More Info »
If you’re not into project management or Tech, not to worry, Scrum isn’t a bad word. It’s the in-thing in Agile project management which is used in software development and from there has grown into marketing, manufacturing and yes weddings. Our purpose in this post isn’t to get hot and heavy into all the lingo. More Info »
21 Truthgraphs about Muslim weddings inspired by Guy Kawasaki.
“Marriage (nikah) in Islam between husband and wife is a sacred, spiritual, and social contract that is mutually agreed upon by both parties.” Below are common terms used in Muslim weddings, we hope those of you who are new to Muslim weddings will find this helpful. Allah: Arabic name for the one and only God. More Info »