The bride is expected to wear her dress to the ceremony and her shoes to the reception.
She’s also expected to be comfortable enough to wear a headscarf to the venue.
It will be her first formal ceremony since she married a man of her own.
But with the government college degree college program, she will not be able to apply to universities for a certificate until she’s a senior in her early 20s.
So she’ll be spending her time learning about the subject, learning how to make the perfect wedding dress, and trying to make it look as nice as possible.
It’s a learning experience for both of them, says Javed Khan, president of the Pakistan Association of Education.
“When she has a chance to get a certificate she’s going to get more experience, so she’ll gain more knowledge,” he says.
So far, she has completed courses on etiquette and ceremony etiquette, as well as practical knowledge of various wedding dress patterns.
But the bride will have to make do with a few practical skills from the few years she’s had a husband.
“She’ll be learning from the people who are here,” says Khan.
“And that’s what we’re looking forward to.”
The education department will also be helping her in making sure her ceremony looks good.
“I’m confident in the design,” says Zia, a 27-year-old construction worker who was also invited to the wedding.
“If it’s a good day, we’ll get a big number.”