4 Lessons in 4 Years of Marriage

My husband, Ahmed, and I have known each other our entire lives. Our parents were always such good friends and our interest for one another sprung from there. We were both born in Marietta, Georgia by the same nurses (and at home...no really), and we're about 1 year apart. His family then settled in ...

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How to Pick Your Honeymoon Destination

Deciding on your honeymoon destination is one of the many difficult decisions you have to make when getting married. At most, your honeymoon will factor three things: time, money, and interests. We hope the following will help narrow down your choices. Ask yourself: Do we want to? MONEY ...

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How to Continue Wedding Planning During Ramadan

Ramadan consists of long days and short nights. Which gives you plenty of time in the day to plan, plan, plan. However, it isn't as easy as it sounds without food or water throughout the day. We're here to tell you that no, you don't have to put your plans on hold. There is always a way. Just like ...

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The 5 Pillars of Marriage

The Islamic faith is built on five pillars.  A pillar is an interesting metaphor. It is important to a building as it provides the framework and structure around which the floor, walls and ceiling are constructed. Of course then you have the doors and windows. In a storm, earthquake, tornado or ...

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Men to the Left, Women to the Right

Planning a wedding is not a breeze, but planning a Muslim wedding...no scratch that, its not any easier. Many Muslim weddings are separated by gender, the couple will usually rent out 2 separate halls, 1 for the women and 1 for the men. Why you ask? First, many Muslims believe genders should not mix ...

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