My sister got married in an indoor skatepark. Lol.
Miami Oklahoma at Lavern's Wedding Chapel.<br />
I know a girl who got married there and it was so disgusting and trashy...ewww, it's like a smoky little house with white wooden lattice nailed to the walls and plastic flowers
Where some one I knew got married. Wheeler Farm. It's a big historical park/farm thing. Families go there to feed goats and chickens, play on swings walk, jog or run around. Kind of like a old time lifestyle immersion experience mixed with a zoo. They had their chairs set up on a lawn and an old mill that was turned into a restaurant/shop and bridal room up stairs was 50 yards away. She came out and the music was playing. It took so freaking long for her to walk from the building to the aisle. The computer overheated and froze in the middle of 'here comes the bride'. Everyone was standing for her, but sat back down because it took so long for her to get to chairs, then the stood up again. It was awkward. In the middle of the wedding the goats were screaming, geese were mating, kids were running across the lawn into the 'alter'. Moms with strollers were walking all over the background. I was trying so hard not to laugh. For her luncheon it was spaghetti. It was a million degrees out and it was messy and gross. It tasted like every version of church lady spaghetti sauce recipe mixed together. Her dress was ivory with a nice splash of sauce within seconds of eating. Her veil was so white, that in the shade it looked purple, that had sauce on it too because it landed in her food. All the tables were on a hill so that was uncomfortable. It was hot, muggy, smelly because you could smell the horses, duck poop all over the ground, people everywhere. It was bad, but funny. It was my husband's friends wedding. Their friendship was already on the edge and I hated his wife. I just went to see what was going to happen. She had been so nasty to everyone she ended up SERIOUSLY only getting two presents from her registry. Creme brulee cups and a toaster. And only 9 of us showed up out of her 80 invited guests.
As someone who got married in a lighthouse, I would say any, non-lighthouse centered location...<br />
They sound the freakin' foghorn instead of ringing bells!
that actually sounds romantic
It was, can't take credit, was my bride's choice...
Louisiana at gun point.
in a pile of garbage
Out side in England! British winter is horrid and the summer isn't much better
In the underground sewers. There are just some stains just won't come out of a white dress
A State of Depression