Indeed, there is no religious reservation in getting married during the month of Ramadan or in any other month. Those who say that it is not allowed to get married during the blessed month of Ramadan have no evidence from either the Qur’an or the Sunnah to support their baseless claim. With this in mind, some Muslim scholars do state that if one fears that he will not be able to control himself from approaching his wife during the daytime in Ramadan (if he marries during this blessed month), then it is advisable for such a person to delay his marriage until after Ramadan and to spend the Ramadan time in `ibadah(worship).
Sheikh Muhammad Saleh Al-Munajjid, the prominent Saudi Islamic lecturer and author, states the following: There is nothing in Islam to suggest that it is not allowed to get married during the month of Ramadan because it is Ramadan, or in any other month. Rather marriage is permitted on any day of the year.
However, the one who is fasting in Ramadan must refrain from eating, drinking, and having intercourse from dawn until sunset. So if he can control himself and there is no fear of him doing something that will break his fast, there is nothing wrong with him getting married in Ramadan.
It seems that those who want to start their married lives in Ramadan usually can’t be patient and keep away from their new wives or husbands during the days, and there is the fear that they may do something that is forbidden by breaking their fast and violating the sanctity of the blessed month. It is for this that we say that it is advisable that if there is the fear that someone may not be able to control himself during the daytime of Ramadan, he should delay his marriage until just after Ramadan, and he should keep himself busy during Ramadan with worship: reciting the Qur’an, observing the night vigil, and performing other acts of worship.