Part of me admires couples who don't pretend to be religious on their wedding day.
The gig seemed fairly routine. Then I saw the parrots.
Interfaith couples can connect to their traditions and find commonality through symbols, such as a strand of rope that signifies unity and strength.
In a culture of personalized weddings, is a very liturgical ceremony simply the church nerd's niche? Or might it function as a corrective?