In a further attempt to find humour in the fast-approaching nuptials, I've been watching some scenes from a few of my favourite movies which feature weddings. There's Father of the Bride, with Spencer Tracey:
As well as Here Comes the Groom, starring Bing Crosby:
One of my favourite Cary Grant films, Arsenic and Old Lace, begins with a wedding:
And I love the wedding scene in Fiddler On the Roof:
Really, I'm beginning to think the best idea is to forget about an elaborate wedding reception, pop a lot of corn and show old movies. It certainly would be less fraught with stress- and less expensive to boot.