Marriage is a legal agreement between two people.
There are different customs to celebrate this event.
foundations of marriage are built on trust but in every culture the way they celebrate .
their joy is different. In the Muslim culture, marriage celebrations are quite different from .
In Muslim culture, there is a high rate of arranged marriages. Usually, parents .
arrange the marriages for their children. Parents play a big role in the marriage of their.
children. There's also a love marriage but not most of the time. In America, the .
highest rate of marriages are love marriages. Every child has the liberty to marry .
whomever they want.
In the Muslim culture, girls are supposed to marry early. The earliest marrying .
age for girls is 16; but she must be to married before she reaches the age of 25. In .
America there is no such kind of age restriction. .
In order to find a suitable spouse, Americans date each other before marriage. .
In Muslim culture you"re not allowed to date before marriage. People have to get the .
permission to meet in front of their elders, but they are not allowed to be physically close .
with each other at any point before the marriage rituals are completed. In fact in .
America, at the marriage ceremony the couples kiss each other, but Muslims .
would never do this.
Also the weddings attire is very different for the bride and groom in both cultures. .
American brides wear white bride gowns, whereas, Muslim brides wear red or maroon .
dresses called "Shararra". Muslim Grooms wear an outfit called "kameez pajama" while .
American grooms wear a tuxedo or a three-piece suit.
In the marriage ceremony of Muslims, the parents of the bride and the groom .
have to give gifts to each and every guest who attends the marriage ceremony. In .
America, people give gifts to the bride and groom, but the bride and groom do not give .
gifts. In both cultures, guests give gifts to the bride and groom.