A feast or entertainment in honor of a wedding.(noun)
The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)
Use "wedding-feast" in a sentence
"I don't even know at what point we became man and wife; no clasp of hands, or exchange of tokens, or embracing the bride, just a final wail from the spirit-chief and a great yell from the assembly, and then off to the wedding-feast."
"Yes indeed, the Eucharist is more than a meal, it is a wedding-feast."
"The chalice signifies the wedding-feast: now the “hour” has come to which the wedding-feast of Cana had mysteriously alluded."