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From: Tooman
Response: There is a difference between a vow renewal ceremony and a wedding, since you are already married. You can certainly renew your vows after 5 years, though it is more often done after 10 years or more. When you have been married for a period of time, you would not wear a wedding dress, though you can wear a formal gown. There are no bridesmaids or groomsmen, since you are not a bride and groom. Your father can walk you down the aisle, but he would not give you in marriage since you are already married. The wording of the vows would be changed to reflect your continuing commitment to one another, not a first time commitment.

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