Are LDS weddings recognized by the Catholic Church?

If an LDS baptism is not recognized by the Catholic Church (because they are not considered Christian by your definition) is an LDS wedding recognized?

Assuming that there are no obvious impediments (e.g., previous marriage, close blood relationship), a Latter-Day Saints (i.e., Mormon) marriage would be presumed valid but not sacramental. Non-Christian marriages are presumed valid, but the valid baptism of both spouses is necessary for the marriage to be presumed sacramental because baptism is the gateway to the other sacraments.

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