The business of putting together weddings is a huge and profitable industry. Magazines, TV programs, bridal fairs, books and websites by the hundreds have surfaced to ensure that all the details of a couple's special day are done right and done well. From the right color of ribbon for the reception place cards to the type of flowers in the bride's bouquet to the best kind of filling in the wedding cake, couples have a plethora of voices offering opinions, advice and options-and each couple will spend an average of over $20,000 to see that all the loose ends are tied up neatly and everything comes out picture-perfect.
When did getting married get so complicated? Have we lost something in the process of trying to create the picture-perfect day? Weddings are, without a doubt, one of the most significant and life-changing events a man and woman will ever experience-but have we focused on the trees so intently that we can no longer see the forest? When everything is said and done, what's a wedding really about?
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