Virtually every LDS wedding involves some type of reception or open house. Regardless of the colors, theme, or tone of the wedding, the reception is an opportunity for friends and family to wish the happy couple well and celebrate the beginning of their journey together as husband and wife.
Even though Mormon wedding receptions are generally held right after the ceremony, some LDS couples postpone their open house until after they return from the honeymoon or even as long as two months after the wedding has passed. Many LDS couples, out of necessity or personal preference, also have…read more
WHAT IS LDS? ♥ AN OVERVIEW:
Planning a wedding is stressful and overwhelming for anyone, but for family members of LDS brides and/or LDS grooms who are not members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (LDS for short and sometimes called Mormons) this can be especially true. “Why is it so important that you get married in the temple?” “How come I can’t come?” “Why is the temple secret?” “Why can’t you have a ‘regular’ marriage ceremony first (or after)?” “What does ‘For Time and All Eternity’ mean?” are just a few of the questions that can come to mind. This page is dedicated to YOU, our non-member family members and friends who are involved with a member of the church (perhaps a son, daughter, sister, brother, friend) who is getting married in the temple. And while WeddingLDS.info is…read more
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