The bride's hands are covered with decorative patterns inked in henna, the groom is perfumed and the guests feast and dance the night away in a colourful tent.
In most ways, the happiest day of Shofika Begum and Saddam Hussein's lives mirrors that of couples getting married the world over.
The happiness of their wedding day belies the uncertainty that Saddam and Shofika feel about their future in the overcrowded refugee camp.
"We will wait to have children," Saddam said.
"We need to know whether we are staying here or going back to Myanmar first. I would only return if we are given Myanmar nationality."
Writing by Karishma Singh