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From: Tooman
Response: Because you are already married, the ceremony will be symbolic, not legal, and that gives you much leeway in what you do. Anyone can perform the ceremony including a father, uncle, brother, etc. or you can have a minister do it. You can write your own vows or use the traditional wedding vows and change them to reflect your married state. To do so, you would promise to continue to love and cherish, etc.

Since you want it to be casual, you might follow the ceremony with a BBQ or a picnic.

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