A Malaysian couple’s unique wedding video is making its rounds on social media and it's making everyone go ‘awwww’!
A sign of love
The video, posted by the groom’s cousin Erin Kahar on Twitter, showed Muhammad Faiz performing his marriage vows in sign language with the help of an interpreter.
Both Muhammad Faiz and his wife Nur Farahin are mute and they had to get an interpreter for their wedding.
The 40-second video showed the imam saying out the vows as Faiz watched on closely, after which the interpreter translated what was being said to him.
He then went ahead to say his vows in sign language.
In the Twitter thread, Erin mention that the Faiz and his wife are high school sweethearts and the interpreter at their wedding ceremony was their high school teacher.
The post has since garnered close to 40,000 likes and 30,000 shares.