- 3 years ago
- Wedding: September 2018
I’d like to ad, I’ve known some very religious people who asked before the wedding if it was going to be a religious ceremony, what kind of ceremony, etc. They only considered the wedding “real” if it was in a church of their religion. That was important to them. Though sometimes the invitation can indicate the nature of the ceremony if it is at a church- and legality can also be indicated if it takes place in a courthouse- they asked and considered it their burden to determine if they acknowledged the validity of the ceremony. If it is truly important to someone to know that they are witnessing a legal document, then I don’t see why they shouldn’t seek that information out themselves. If the couple lies when asked, then I’d have a problem.