When Was the First Wedding?

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The word, Wedding comes from the root term meaning ?gamble? or ?wager?. The Anglo-Saxon word wedd meant a man would vow to marry a woman and give money to the Bride's father. The Romans were the first to establish weddings as a juridical institution. In 1215 the Church formally ruled wedding ceremonies. A Wedding was declared a sacred act finalized to procreation.
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