wedding ceremony


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Noun1.wedding ceremony - the social event at which the ceremony of marriage is performedwedding ceremony - the social event at which the ceremony of marriage is performed
ceremonial, ceremonial occasion, ceremony, observance - a formal event performed on a special occasion; "a ceremony commemorating Pearl Harbor"
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The proper estimates were to be submitted to him as soon as possible, and it would greatly facilitate his entering into definite arrangements with the workpeople, if he could be informed of the exact period at which the wedding ceremony might be expected to take place.
Thus she spoke before the wedding ceremony and the physical union, before the astonishing glass shade had fallen that interposes between married couples and the world.
From the first, two facts were very obvious to me, the one that the lady had been quite willing to undergo the wedding ceremony, the other that she had repented of it within a few minutes of returning home.
The accused raped his sister-in-law who came from the Philippines to attend his wedding ceremony.
The number of people killed after a septic tank they were standing on caved in at a Mombasa wedding ceremony has risen to six.
More than 100 couples linked to Burma's ethnic Wa armed group got married on Thursday at a mass wedding ceremony in Mong Ton Township, Shan State.
QUETTA -- As many as 75 couples tied the knot at a mass wedding ceremony arranged by the Welfare Department here at on Saturday.
Summary: Actress was reportedly with her family in the UAE to attend the wedding ceremony of Mohit Marwah
Unlike the wedding of Fatimah's sister, Halima, which took place in Kano, the wedding ceremony will hold in Lagos, precisely the Eko Hotel where all the newsmakers have signified their willingness to attend the ceremony.
Summary: Vidisha (Madhya Pradesh) [India], Feb 09 (ANI): In a noble move, a wedding ceremony of an underprivileged girl was organised by the teachers of a government school at Vidisha's Piparhunta village in Madhya Pradesh.
QILA DIDAR SINGH -- As many as 63 deserving couples tied the knot at a mass wedding ceremony organised under the auspices of Al-Madina Foundation here at Taj Marriage Hall on Sunday.
One of the common traditions on the wedding ceremony is pouring oil and perfumes on the bride's head.