I submit that the orthodox view of the nuptial display is totally wrong.
In this superlative Saloon the nuptial Benediction was given.
Come what may, none but a refined American gentleman shall lead her under the nuptial canopy!
Other nuptial carriages are said to have gone the same road, before and since.
The nuptial flight consists of momentary poises alternating with rapid dips.
The choice of the bride and the nuptial ceremonies are most rudimentary.
He solemnly blesses the nuptial couch strewn with roses, while the new couple piously kneel.
Extravagance is to be regarded as vulgarity and ignorance of nuptial proprieties.
So Charles stepped out from the nuptial waiting-room, and closed the door behind him.
Benedick, in astonishment at what he heard, said, "This looks not like a nuptial."
late 15c., from Middle French nuptial, or directly from Latin nuptialis "pertaining to marriage," from nuptiae "wedding," from nupta, fem. past participle of nubere "to marry, wed, take as a husband," related to Greek nymphe "bride," from PIE *sneubh- "to marry, wed" (cf. Old Church Slavonic snubiti "to love, woo," Czech snoubiti "to seek in marriage," Slovak zasnubit "to betroth"). Related: Nuptially.