Frequently Asked Questions for Muslim Marriage Events
They are aimed at single and divorced Muslims from any background, all ages welcome and primarily based in the UK
There are 3 phases:
- registration - soft drinks on arrival, speech on Islamic marriage
- formal seated rotations, chance to speak to everyone for short period
- lastly dinner followed by a return to the informal meetings
Information disclosed will be:
- Marital Status
- lEthnic Background
- Residency Status
This is purely as a ID for fellow guests.
To put it plainly this is due to other channels not working, i.e. traditional family routes, marriage sites, other formal marriage events... Allah (swt) has given us all the time and energy and indeed skills and knowledge to utilise and help one another.
About The Event
We adhere to have equal ratio. But there maybe times where there might be more females than men and more men than females: which is out of our control
Our muslim marriage events are not meant to be a series of talks or a seminar. It is expected that those who attend will either be actively looking to get married or be an accompanying relative of someone who is. The emphasis will be on getting people together rather than simply looking for bad points in individuals. (Strictly no time wasters)
Yes, a three course meal and drinks will be provided.
Yes. We only choose the best quality venues and supply all attendees with a quality buffet and refreshments. We also invest a lot in advertising the events, and the staff required to ensure the events are well organised, kept safe and halal.
The costs cover all the day-to-day running of the service, further development and marketing (which runs into £1,000's) to make sure that we attract the very best in Muslim singles for you to choose from.
We aim to organise high-quality events but we are only able to do this by charging a nominal fee. Bearing in mind the average Muslim wedding cost, we believe this is great value for money. We would love to provide completely free events but we have a lot of overheads to account for.
Yes you can and you are more than welcome. It won't be a room full of just hijabis or bearded guys wearing shalwars. We would rather you participated in this event than have to meet a partner in a place unfamiliar to you
Definitely yes, if you have attended before or are on our mailing list then will contact you but you should not depend solely on marriage events. We also recommend trying other channels like marriage agencies, friends, mosques and Muslim organisations.
- No audio-visual recording of any form will be permitted during the event and cameras will not be allowed.
- There will be no refunds, regardless of whether you found someone compatible or not.
- If you can't attend the day once tickets have been purchased, no refunds will be given at all.
We hope we have answered some of the most common questions you may be thinking. However should you wish to ask us something we have missed then please contact us.