What does a Muslim bride wear?

There are Muslims in every country in the world. Islam does not have any specific ceremony or regulations, except that the bride, groom, and bride's representative have to agree, and there has to be a contract and a party (the marriage must be made public), and the groom has to give the bride a gift.

A Muslim bride, like all Muslim women, must wear hijab when in the company of men who are not her close relatives. Some brides, however, choose to abandon hijab at the party, but there is no Islamic base or justification for doing so. Also, what the bride wears can depend on her culture and whether the party has mixed sexes. At Arab wedings, often the women and the men are in divided sections, in which case ladies where whatever dresses they please. There is no particular style of dress for a Muslim bride.