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The wedding of Konom and Nancy Bryce is held on the USS Enterprise-A in the year 2286.

A wedding was a ceremony in which two or more people were married.

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In the year 2266, the wedding of Robert Tomlinson and Angela Martine was interrupted by a confrontation with the ChR Gal Gath'thong, during which Tomlinson was killed. (TOS episode & Star Trek 1 novelization: Balance of Terror)

In 2268, Kirk officiated at the wedding of Lieutenant Simon Nordell and Ensign Lebrun in the officer's lounge of the Enterprise. (TOS novel: Mudd in Your Eye)

The wedding of Konom and Nancy Bryce was held on the USS Enterprise-A in 2286. Captain James T. Kirk performed the ceremony on the recreation deck. (TOS comic: "Marriage of Inconvenience")

The wedding rituals of the Gorn civilization resembled Human marriage ceremonies. In the year 2380, during a covert mission to acquire a Romulan bird-of-prey, Ensign Sam Rutherford of the USS Cerritos experienced two cyborg implant shutdowns which led to him rebooting and re-awakening in the midst of a Gorn wedding. (LD episode: "Veritas")


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