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white wedding (waɪt ˈwɛdɪŋ) 



  1. a wedding where the bride wears white and the ceremony takes place in a church   ⇒ She was going to have a big white wedding with all the trimmings.

Example Sentences Including 'white wedding'

'Well, it looks like Denise will have a white Christmas for her white wedding ,' she smiled.
Cecelia Ahern 2004 PS, I LOVE YOU (2004)
No white wedding here: perhaps they both felt they were a bit past it.
Richardson, Alan Priestess - the life and magic of Dion Fortune
Now she realized her chances of a white wedding were disappearing.
Pacter, Trudi Yellow Bird
She was going to have a big white wedding with all the trimmings.
Pacter, Trudi Yellow Bird
She's always dreamed of a big white wedding and Christmas has always been special to her.
Megastar (2004)
The bride-to-be and her future husband were looking forward to a white wedding with bridesmaids and page boys.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
The puffy sleeves really take the cake, and look like one at a white wedding.
Australian News Misc (2004)
They opt for a white wedding , which in New York or Los Angeles now costs an average of £50,000.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
Two weeks before she was to slip on her white wedding dress, he bailed out, recalled the Washington, D. C., woman.
Edmonton Sun (2003)


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