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#1 User is offline   Chelle

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My husband and I have booked a trip for our 10th wedding anniversary to jamaica. Upon looking threw some of the hotel features I noticed they offered a vow renewal ceremony.

Anyway since it would be just the two of us would it be OK if i wore a simple wedding dress, nothing too fancy? My husband will be wearing a khaki colored pant and white button up shirt.

We got married when I was pregnant so it was a very small wedding in my parents house and since i was pregnant I didn't bother with a wedding dress, just a simple off white dress. Our photos were taken by my dad with his digital camera and printed off his printer.

So I would really like to wear a wedding dress and get some nice photos and what not, I just don't want to look silly by doing it.

They include a boutonniere and bouquet for us in the package and a small cake. The ceremony would be at 10 am, in a gazebo on a cliff over the ocean, it is about 15 minutes in length and then the photographer will take us to some other sites for more pictures.

Anyway I havent really looked for any dresses yet, but i remember finding a nice white dress was a pain when i got married so being able to use a wedding dress would also be much easier I think, although I could be wrong. Here are some pics of the type of dress i was thinking off.

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Dear Chelle,

Since you will have no guests, you can do whatever you wish to do. There are no restrictions. Enjoy!

Best wishes,
Rebecca Black, Etiquette Consultant, Etiquette Now

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