Marriage Ceremony


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Where can the marriage service be held?

You may choose to hold your special day at a home, garden, reception or Mosque (you will need to confirm prior with the administration of your preferred mosque.)  The marriage service can also be held at my Marriage Lounge located HERE.  The Marriage Lounge can cater for up to 15 people including the bride and groom.

In what language is the marriage service conducted?

The service can be in English only.  You may also request to have it in Arabic only or both Arabic and English.  Unfortunately I don’t speak any other languages, but I am happy to learn some phrases I can surprise your audience with.

How long does the ceremony go for?

The service usually goes for up to 25 minutes.  Arrangements may be made for a shorter or longer service.

What do I talk about?

The content of my speech may be tailored to meet your expectations.  In general my sermon includes inspiring words of advice to the bride and groom on the contributors to an awesome marriage.

Type of service (FAQ)

A Civil Only Marriage Ceremony

An Islamic only marriage ceremony

Both a civil and Islamic marriage ceremony

Letter and Notice of Intended Marriage form for the Department of Immigration

Overseas Couple Marrying In Australia



“We were blessed to find Bilal who was able to marry us with such short notice. As soon as we met with Bilal we were confident that everything would work out. Bilal tailored a ceremony to suit us that was professional, heart felt and humorous, exactly what we wanted. We can’t thank you enough for guiding us through the paperwork and your calming caring influence at a very stressful time.” ~ Many thanks Adam and Faten

Read and watch more testimonials HERE.

Watch Bilal Dannoun’s short video of marriage ceremony samples HERE.

Muslim Marriage Celebrant Sydney NSW AUSTRALIA | Bilal Dannoun

Authorised Islamic and Civil Marriage Celebrant Sydney NSW AUSTRALIA | Bilal Dannoun