A wedding ceremony shows new liability for people to shoulder. Wedding doesn’t mean a burden, but it is a necessity for all people to live. Every culture has different ways in celebrating wedding ceremony. For Malay culture, groom and bride wear wedding suit such as ‘Baju Melayu’ and ‘Baju Kebaya’ then both bride’s and groom’s family will gather in mosque. This ritual can be held at night or day. After that, the leader of the ceremony usually ‘Imam’ of the mosque will call upon the groom for the foremost step which calls ‘Akad Nikah’. The ‘Akad Nikah’ means they are ready to build a family and take their responsibility to the family. After the groom passes the step, he will go to the bride to wear the wedding ring. After that, they will change other wedding suit and the groom will come to the bride’s house with presents also known as ‘Hantaran’. They will sit side by side on a small stage. At this moment, relatives and friends will come forward to the stage to do ‘Tepung Tawar’ then they will get souvenir which call ‘Bunga Telur’. There is also a ‘Silat’ show but it depends on the family to do the show or not. After a while, the bride and groom will eat special dishes while all guests eat ‘Nasi Minyak’. Both families will invite groups of relatives and friends to celebrate the wedding ceremony. After all guests went home, the bride and groom will open the presents that they get from the guests. After the ceremony ends they will continue their life as husband and wife.