- 8 years ago
- Wedding: October 2012
One argument I have never understood personally is “but no one will know who the bride is!” if she refuses to wear white or if the couple doesn’t have introductions at the reception (with the same people in attendance at the ceremony) or whatever the case may be where they choose to stray from tradition. The people up front saying vows are pretty hard to miss and if they don’t know the couple, they shouldn’t have been invited.
Following that vein, the guests not knowing who the couple is. Guests should be your nearest and dearest whom you can’t imagine the day without. Not everyone wants or can afford to have random strangers in attendance.
Guests requiring dates in order to be able to enjoy themselves. Unless the couple is the only people that a guest knows, surely there will be at least one other person, if not more, that the guest knows and can socialize with.
I’m sure there are others that escape me at the moment. What things have you come across that you don’t understand the logic of?