Post # 92
OK I have 2
1) Catholic wedding where the priest decided it was an appropriate time to talk about how terrible gay marriage was for like ten minutes. It made me uncomfortable.
2) A very close friend of mine who I adore got married oustide, in June, at noon, in Miami. I thought I was going to faint it was so hot, every guest sweated through their clothes and could not wait for it to be over. If they had provided water or fans it would have been bearable.
Post # 93
@LGenz wow that sucks about the priest! you totally reminded me of another wedding where the priest made a comment during the ceremony about how the happy couple was making the correct decision by getting married in a church (“god’s house”) like people are supposed to, and not “out in a field somewhere” like that was a terrible, sacrilegious thing. i guess he forgot about that book in his hand that says his god made that field. anyway, i got extremely uncomfortable and wanted to punch the guy in the face. sort of ruined the ceremony for me.
Post # 94
This is the best thread ever, haha!!
Post # 95
haha sunnydebs- wonder if we were at the same wedding!
Post # 96
@Statutory Grape: when i said “that’s just mean” I was making a tongue-in-cheek joke…of course it’s fine not to have alcohol. But I, personally, prefer to have a drink and would not have as good a time without one (i know, i know.) My family is actually mostly Mormom, so there is never alcohol at weddings. The beer and wine at mine will raise a few eyebrows (and hopefully a few glasses).
Post # 97
@coffeekitty – OH! Lmao! I wasn’t sure if you were being serious… I know FH’s family might be a little annoyed that we’re having a dry reception, but alcohol is crazy-expensive and I don’t want to deal with a bunch of drunk people at the reception. But if your family knows how to reign it in, all the more power to you. 😉
Post # 99
Haha wow some of these stories are horrendous!