A change in policy by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints may lead to a civil wedding boom for Mormons. Previously, church members in the U.S. had to wait a year between a civil ceremony and a temple sealing, which non-Mormon family members can't attend. Now there is no wait.
SALT LAKE CITY — “We don’t drink alcohol, we don’t smoke, we avoid coffee — but we certainly do sugar,” BYU marketing professor Glenn Christensen said. “It’s the only allowed indulgence.”