+1Yeah...the world certainly needs fewer people who aren't uptight and enjoy having a good time, doesn't it?
Apparently, I'm in a bit of a minority on this one around here but I'm completely baffled by people's responses. A wedding is a celebration of the commitment made by two people who (typically anyhow) love each other very much and have chosen to spend the rest of their lives together. Keyword is celebration! Why should solidifying the fact that you've found the one you'll spend the rest of your life with be a somber and serious event? Simply because you're having fun doesn't mean you're not taking the event serious. How many of us take riding and safety serious...and yet have fun doing it? I would much rather watch a couple celebrate THEIR day in a way that they'll enjoy and remember for the rest of their lives than give in to someone else's archaic beliefs of how such an important event should take place.
Now, I'll preface this comment with the fact that it's not intended directly at those whom I've quoted but more as an observation in general. For a group of people who love to complain about freedom's being taken away, there's often a lot of judgement being thrown around when one's free choices don't fit in with their beliefs. Live and let live.