No one wants to be around all of the lovey dovey couples while having to be by themselves. Don’t do this because it is a really crappy thing to do to someone.
It’s not about the venue or the food. It’s not about the dress or the aisle. More than anything, to love and to be loved, I think it’s magical enough.
Sagittarius: You’ll probably show up with freshly plucked flowers in your (now blue) hair, whimsically flirt with the best man, getting all giddy when the bouquet is thrown.
“Expect your mother-in-law to behave badly.”
“Suddenly there is a pretty heavy, non-churchy beat pounding through the loudspeakers…Y’all, the groom RAPPED his vows, and not well, he even took a moment to make sure the crowd were on their feet!”
“I gave the bride her something borrowed. But I didn’t tell her it was from my marriage that didn’t work out…”
And really if nothing else, weddings are just test drives for the real deal because life is nothing but an endless and completely un-romantic series of disasters.
I’m sorry for the times I’ll put him first. You see, loving him is scary and exciting and new, and I want to devote my time and energy to this new bond. But I will never forget us.
I don’t want a diamond ring.
“I opened the Buffy fan guide I’d been waiting for. And at the back of the book, in the cast interviews, the gloriously bitchy Charisma Carpenter (Cordelia!) was saying that adult life is basically high school.
How shocking is that for a kid!”