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    been in/to a wedding


    ''Have you ever been in/to an Indian wedding before?''

    Should I use 'to' or 'in'? 'To' sounds pefect to me but how about 'in'?


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    Re: been in/to a wedding

    You're in a wedding if you're part of the wedding party - the bride or groom, best man, maid of honor, etc. in a western wedding.

    Otherwise you go to a wedding. The prepositions aren't exclusive; any wedding you're in is also one you've been to.
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