Definition of white wedding in English:

white wedding

Line breaks: white wed|ding

noun

British
A traditional church wedding at which the bride wears a formal white dress.
More example sentences
  • The bride wore a traditional white wedding gown, lifted with swathes of tulle in pale cream.
  • Wearing a beautiful white wedding dress and a long trailer behind her, Julie Sarandon walked down the aisle with her father.
  • Christians would have a church wedding, and we all know that some girls still dream of the white wedding in a large church with the traditional flowers and organ grinder, but there is a new way to get married.

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