There seems to be no age limit to deter a woman from fulfilling her dream of wearing the wedding dress and veil for a white wedding. Scores of women continue to indulge in the much coveted white dress even when marrying several times or as a group. It was both a beauty and wonder on Saturday last week to see women clad in wedding dresses and veils at Michiru in Blantyre where 18 marriages were officiated in a mass ceremony. The mass weddings witnessed both the old and middle aged women wearing wedding dresses, with a few dressing modestly as if it was no big day for them. With this in mind, it was evident that almost every woman longs to look angelic, even when it is not her day alone. One of those who attended the ceremony and opted for anonymity said what mattered is the certificate every couple receives and not clothes. “Whether some will have receptions or not, the bottom line is the officiation,” he said. Moderator of the congregation the Reverend Paul Mawaya said weddings confirm the holy matrimony God established in the Garden of Eden. “Mass weddings are cheaper because they do not involve many activities. We do this so people should not fail to marry because they don’t have much money. “Marriages should come before God and they have an impact in society,” said Mawaya. He gave each couple the Holy Bible and hymn books; and urged them to use them as strong tool sfor a Christian marriage.