My younger brother got married recently to his college sweetheart. He had his wedding reception at a grand hall located in Precinct Diplomatic, Putrajaya. It was a beautiful wedding attended by close friends and relatives.
What was even more beautiful were the bride and groom themselves, both dressed in stunning white. A collection taken from Puteris, a Muslimah Bridal Gallery found in Precinct 8, Putrajaya.
So why are they labeled muslimah bridal? Because all the wedding dresses and gowns available there are lovingly made to conceal the bride while still appearing ravishingly gorgeous. All Puteris' dresses are long sleeved and non-see through. And the fact they have a great management team to run the boutique is a huge plus. Ofcourse the friendly treatment we received from one of the owner in this family business, Puteri Salwa, truly made our preparation for the wedding a smooth one. We graciously thank her (and the team) for that!
Weddings are a sacred occasion, where two soul mates unite and rejoice in the celebration with their loved ones. It is during occasions such as these that we need the blessings of the Al-Mighty. It is He who brought them together and made this happen. Therefore for the bride and groom to show their gratitude, it is important they hold the wedding in adherence to Islam. Being dressed the proper way is among it.
For those of you aspiring to open a wedding boutique, I say go for the muslimah wedding bridal market. We'll all thank you for it! Syukran:)