Muslim Wedding Photography

And We created you in pairs
The Nobel Qur’an | 78:8

During a Muslim wedding also known as the nikah, a marriage contract is signed, in which the groom or his representative proposes to the bride in front of at least two witnesses stating the details of the meher. Demonstrating their free will the bride and groom repeat the word qabul, “I accept” three times. After which the couple and the witnesses sign the contract, making the marriage legal according to civil and religious law. A male representative called a wali acts on behalf of the bride’s if men and women are separated during the ceremony. Marriages within the Muslim community are incredibly important.

As a Muslim wedding photographer capturing deep narrative is very rewarding. Visual story telling requires emotion in context, being unobtrusive and having patience to pick out key moments forming a great story.

Many of my clients who inquire about Muslim wedding photography go through a consultation in which we discuss their day in detail.

Please feel free to have a look around and drop me an email and I’ll do my best to help.