Can you go to a Mormon wedding if you are not Mormon?
A non-temple wedding is open to anyone — whether you’re a Church of Latter-day Saints member or not. You don’t need a temple recommend, and a local bishop at any Mormon church can officiate your wedding.
How many husbands can a Mormon woman have?
In 1998, the LDS Church created a new policy that a woman may also be sealed to more than one man. A woman, however, may not be sealed to more than one man while she is alive. She may only be sealed to subsequent partners after both she and her husband(s) have died.
What are Mormons not allowed to do?
Alcohol, tobacco, tea, coffee and drugs
These are all specifically banned in the Word of Wisdom, except for drugs. The prophets have made it clear that drugs, other than for medical use, are also banned. Mormons are also strongly discouraged from drinking soft drinks containing caffeine.
How many wives can a Mennonite have?
Like many conservative Christian groups, Mennonites hold marriage to be a sacred and lifelong commitment between one man and one woman.