The marriage is between two individuals and the family’s support and cheers are important.  I will be happy to talk with parents or guardians if they are reluctant. Following are the crucial procedure needs to be followed accordingly.


  • The initial conversation with the Wedding Officiant Dr. Mike Ghouse
  • A 25 points Questionnaire follows to design the wedding proceeding.
  • A conversation about handling the differences.
  • Guidance on handling religious festivals at ease.
  • Dealing with raising children (if at all).
Muslim woman marry a non-Muslim


  • Incorporate Bride/Groom’s social, religious, or cultural traditions.
  • A draft outline of the ceremony will be prepared by the Officiant.
  • The couple will review and modify the outline at least three times


  •  The officiant will perform the wedding per the agreed outline.
  • The wedding will start on time and close on time.


  The Ceremony will be based on the process worked out between the couple and the officiant, and it varies from couple to couple. 


  • Greetings: Interfaith greetings to include people of different faith traditions.
  • Appreciation: Appreciating the bold steps, the bride and groom have taken
  • Observing traditions: Witnessing customary traditions of either or both Bride and Groom
  • Acceptance: finally, Acceptance of each other as his/her spouse
  • Ceremony: Exchange of Rings
  • Final verdict: Pronouncement as husband and wife
  • Signature: Signing the marriage registration papers
  • Sermon: A short-customized Sermon to fit the tradition(s) chosen by the couple
  • Final prayers: Prayer (again from one or two traditions)
  • Others: Other rituals that parents desire, or the couples want can be included
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