The wedding couple should share every minute of life together, during times of happiness and sadness, ease and difficulty, frustration and depression. Marital connection is the foundation stone of two person's lives. Over that foundation they build every second of their life, and a plan to guide their children in the proper path until they mature and step out on their own.
When two people of the opposite sex are united by marriage, they are responsible to each other for anything and everything, anytime and every time, anywhere and everywhere. Under no circumstances, should one disobey or disregard the other. Even in time of disagreement, a peaceful solution should be the only answer.
As long as both are going according to their religion, tradition and customs and abide by the laws of their society, neither should disobey or disregard the other Loyalty, honesty and taking care is all about a successful life together. No one should be dishonest or disloyal to the other. Mutual understanding and trust between both will bind the marriage together forever.
In the name of the Almighty and most merciful God and in the witness of all who are present this day, including staff of Vilamendhoo, may I ask you:
Mr. ____________, do you accept Ms. __________ as your wedded wife?
Ms. ____________, do you accept Mr. __________ as your wedded husband?
As a sign of your matrimony to one another, the groom may put the wedding ring on the bride's finger and the bride may put the wedding ring on the groom's finger.
Now, I proclaim Mr. & Mrs. __________ as man and wife
Now, the groom may kiss the bride!
Bride makeup, hairdressing and dressing in wedding attire at Duniye Spa (couple must bring their own attire)
Groom picked up from bridal couple’s guest room by boduberu group and escorted to Duniye Spa
Wedding ceremony performed in both Dhivehi and English languages at the Wedding Pavilion. Floral bouquet presented to bride. The Wedding Pavilion is decorated using palm fronds woven in the shape of a heart and local hibiscus flowers. Bridal party and boduberu group dressed in traditional Maldivian dress. Wedding ceremony includes reading a passage from the Book of Good wishes, reciting wedding vows, exchange of rings, groom kissing his bride, signing of wedding certificate
Bridal couple depart from the Wedding Pavilion to their room with the bridal party and boduberu team
Bridal couple arrives at their room (room decorated with flowers by room boys)…ceremony ends...