My convert, priest friend was "betrothed and crowned" before he was ordained deacon, even though he and his wife had been married for several years before hand (in his Episcopal church) and had children. Greeks do this and Bishop JOSEPH and BASIL of the Antiochian (and maybe other Bishops) encourage this.
Thus, the marriage service is normally done altogether even if one was married in a civil service. Now remember, in most churches, if one is married outside the church and do not have a marriage service inside the church, they technically excommunicate themselves from the church and can only reenter the sacraments of the church if they agree to be married inside the church (betrothed and crowned) or confess (particularly if they marry a non-Christian or their spouse will not agree to be married in the church).
So, Heorhij, if you were Orthodox when you were married, you is busted!!! If you were not, depending on your jurisdiction, you are either accepted as a couple "as is" or you need to be married properly!!!!!