In theory, it’s a pretty wonderful idea. Brides, grooms and their guests light Chinese paper lanterns and watch them float into the night sky, never to be seen again. Beautiful? Absolutely. A great idea? Not especially.
Every bride knows that without a groom there is no wedding, so he is very important to the whole process. And as vital as he is, we also know that his real job is window dressing; he is an accessory. He is there to frame you as they say in ballroom dancing… the focus is on the female in the phenomenal dress.
Get the Kleenex ready! You have chosen that one heartfelt special song that you want someone to bring to life during your wedding. We’re not talking at the reception when Uncle Zach snatches the mic and starts belting out “New York, New York”… no we’re talking about actually DURING the wedding ceremony.