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From: Tooman
Response: I assume you mean that you want to have a vow renewal ceremony. If so, that is different than a wedding. You can certainly invite 100 guests, but you would not recreate an actual wedding, since you are already married.

Because the ceremony is symbolic and not legal, anyone can perform it, including a father, grandfather, friend, or a minister. You will not have bridesmaids or groomsmen you are not a bride and groom, nor will your wife be given in marriage, though she can be walked down the aisle.

She can wear a formal gown not a traditional wedding dress, or she can dress more casually. You can wear a suit or a tux or you can dress more casually.



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