I’ve got weddings on the brain – mostly because of this hilarious video I found on YouTube.
So now not only do I want a wedding, but I also want some form of hilarious dance-off to happen.
But do I really want a wedding? Yes, I want the beautiful dress and a day with all my friends and family – but why not just throw a party?
I’m not religious, so there’s no white wedding in a church for me, but I do eventually want to get married.
But they cost so much money! A budget wedding is about £15K – I could buy cars and amazing gadgets, nice holidays, print books, buy software, dozens of expensive shopping sprees, and a few parties with all that money. So why spend it all on one day?
I don’t believe in the sanctity of marriage – I know I will probably get divorced (I’m just that sort of person), so it’s not a personal thing for me. In fact, getting married would probably cause more harm than good for me because I would have to argue being able to keep my last name.
So why do I want to get married? Because I want a marriage – not a wedding.
Screw the expensive wedding day, I’d rather buy a pretty dress for £80 or so, and have an amazing party with my friends. I’ll just get married at the registrar office on a Saturday afternoon with some witnesses and my beautiful (imaginary at this point) husband on my arm. What’s the point in spending all that money to make one day special, when you could use it to make the rest of your marriage special.
Plus, when you have a short marriage and end up divorcing; you won’t still be paying for the wedding after he’s upped and left you. (I’m not a cynic – honest!)