a wedding in which the bride wears a traditional white dress; also, a wedding for a virgin bride
The tradition of a white wedding is commonly credited to Queen Victoria's choice to wear a white wedding dress at her wedding to Prince Albert.
“I wanted to explore the white wedding dress and show how it went into color,” Ehrman says.
“Sherri Rasmussen wore the white wedding dress [Lazarus] believed was hers,” said Presby.
Realistically I can't promise that someday we'll have a big, white wedding, but I can promise that I love you and I respect you.
A white wedding cake means a white thing and so no more left in the bottle, no more water grows.
But towards morning he saw Mentine as he had seen her last in her white wedding gown and veil.
She had put on her white wedding gown and her lace veil and one of her satin slippers—the other lay on the dressing-table.
Any light, delicate colour may be worn; but a woman has only one white wedding and one bridal veil in her life.