Were you married with a religious or civil ceremony? If your not married what did your parents do, if they never married indicate civil.
Well, we applied for the license at the town hall and we had the religious ceremony that was witnessed and signed off by the priest and witnesses.
Religious. We weren't going to, but my mom & grandma threw a fit. I pretty much let them plan my wedding. I wish I wouldn't have.
Both. Civil ceremony to make it official and actually be married in the morning; church ceremony that afternoon because the old Catholics in her family were into that kind of thing. Seems silly now that they're mostly dead.
2 times religious one time civil. THERE WILL BE NO 4th time!
First marriage was religious. Second was civil.
One of each.
Orthodox Christian wedding. For my parents, as I am not married yet.
Large Episcopal wedding
Both! My dad married us...got his online ordination to do it. Our ceremony was spiritual though. A minister spoke and prayed, and the songs were spiritual.
My friend got ordained to in order to marry my wife and I.
Not sure. But neither of them are religious so I'd be very shocked if it was a religious ceremony. They got married in a different country and all I know is the officiate was really boring and they had really god cake.
My parents were married by a justice of the peace in his living room.
My parents did both, I believe.
We got married at an Episcopal church.
We got married at a Catholic Church.
My parents went and got a permit to marry. That was how it was done in the USSR. You went to get the permit, were married tight there and that was it.
I know several non religious people who have been married with a religious ceremony.
Just wondering how common this is.