Atheist weddings

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Due to the Christianization of the Western World, in the West atheist weddings are generally similar to Christian weddings minus the religious elements.

Weddings in atheistic Japan

Ceremonies modeled on the Christian chapel weddings of Europe and North America have generally replaced traditional Shinto wedding rites in recent years. It is estimated that 75 to 85% of marriage ceremonies are conducted at wedding halls or at hotels providing Western weddings.[1]

See also

  • Edwards, Modern Japan Through Its Weddings, pp. 50-1.