wedding ceremony

NOUN
  1. the social event at which the ceremony of marriage is performed
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  • After the wedding ceremony the guests made a sightseeing tour around the charming spa Ciechocinek: the bride and the groom in the coach and the wedding guests in the horse wagon and the britzkas.
  • It seemed like an unbelievable last-gasp victory and he cried all the way through their wedding ceremony. Times, Sunday Times
  • Indian wedding ceremony will take place. The Sun
  • The wedding ceremony can include the gift of a coin from the groom to the bride to acknowledge this role.
  • The next time they were to meet was in May for the wedding ceremony and celebration.
  • The 60-minute performances feature traditional dances of the four regions, a wedding ceremony, wedding processions and a sword fight.
  • The doting dad also has the extravagant wedding ceremony to think about. The Sun
  • The wedding ceremony publicly marks the beginning of commitment to another through marriage.
  • The wedding ceremony can include the gift of a coin from the groom to the bride to acknowledge this role.
  • Paris - The young bride wrote the French word "oui" (yes) on the palm of her hand just in case she forgot the answer to the most important question of her wedding ceremony. The Earth Times Online Newspaper
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