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From: Tooman
Response: Hi Sherl, What you are doing is actually having a vow renewal ceremony, not a wedding, since you are already married. It would not be appropriate for you to wear either a formal wedding gown or a veil. Instead, you can wear a gown such as you might wear to a dance. It can be white, but should not be mistaken for an actual wedding gown.

At a vow renewal, your father does not give you in marriage since you are already married, though he might walk you down the aisle. You do not do a bouquet toss or a garter toss either.

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