Church wedding

September 20, 2011 2:33pm CST
Can you wear for a church wedding what you want or are there legally binding regulations?
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5 responses
@gengeni (3308)
• Indonesia
22 Sep 11
Well, the bride and groom should the premises be appropriate, depending on the Kofession is just different, and depending on the church. Some require shoulder and knees, others let the couple more space, with a totally transparent lingerie dress would be inappropriate, I find. It's just always on it.
@najibdina29 (1309)
• Indonesia
20 Sep 11
Are "legally valid" rules do not work at all. But I think that the couple wants to be on this special day even more dressed. Meanwhile, even a rocker look going on in the church. Only at a Catholic wedding, I would "cover" a deep neckline and / or strapless dress with a chic shawl. Anger at such a great day must not be!
• Indonesia
20 Sep 11
The rules are always, if there is any, is not "legally" but just rules that makes the transfer officer in each of the respective church. We have here a very conservative, evangelical pastor of the wedding actually talk before the wedding, indicating that he does not tolerate too revealing wedding dress ...
@0CoOlGuY0 (103)
• Portugal
20 Sep 11
A sis boyfriend went to a wedding in shorts so i don't think it's such a big deal!!!As long as you wear dark or white clothes (men) or not toooooooooooooo flashy dresses(yes i'm talking to you women!!!!Don't outstage the broom!!!) :P
• United States
20 Sep 11
Hmmm I dont know. We got married on a cruise ship. I would hope you could wear whatever you wanted. :)