(Closed) Vow Renewal etiquette/guidelines/ideas??

posted 6 years ago in Vow Renewals
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 1997

Etiquette says if you are recreating you’re wedding day then you can have it all.

If you are getting married in a church then the clergy of the church can advise you.

If you are not recreating your wedding day. Or at a different location then your religious affiliation. Then it becomes more of a gray area. Strict etiquette gurus say no wedding dress, just a nice dress. Also no attendants, including ring bearer or flower girl. My best description is a nice but not fancy party, is the idea behind a vow renewal. More of a classy party for family and friends.

However, more modern thoughts on the subject are more flexible. They allow the bride to wear a white dress or simple wedding gown. They allow for 1 or 2 attendants in simple (not fancy) dress, knee length or simple suits. The ceremony usually isn’t over 10 to 15 minutes long and the venue is more casual.

I know that probably is more confusing than helpful, I’m sorry.

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