Wedding bells on pause


Virtual wedding: Muhammad Don Haadi Don Putra and Nahdatul Aishah Mohd Sharif became the first couple to go through an akad nikah (marriage solemnisation) ceremony via online video conferencing.during the MCO.

LOVE is always in the air, even as people breathe through their face masks. But weddings will just have to wait a while.

Many couples hoping to tie the knot were forced to delay their big day or change plans as Covid-19 gripped the world, halting mass gatherings.

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