That's the name of a blog I just started reading. (HT: Get Rich Slowly) No, I'm not getting married again. But the "wedding industrial complex" has bothered me for years, and I've seen the ideal of the perfect wedding get in the way of what it seemed the couple (or at least one half the couple) really wanted. How can it be that weddings -- which are so frequently pitched as expressing the couple's personality -- look so much alike, distinguished by the thinnest design decisions? The most memorable weddings I officiated -- some very simple, others complex and expensive, a few quite quirky -- all had evidence that the couple had realistic expectations of what the celebrations entailed, and -- I imagine -- a well-considered budget or plan.
A good way to begin married life, I think.