Question: We've seen people use dogs as ring bearers and we'd really like our Best Man to carry our python in with the rings. He doesn't want to do it, what's his problem?
WIRWTS: That he agreed to be your Best Man.
Question: Should we serve young children at our reception?
WIRWTS: That's illegal. I suggest you choose something off of your caterer's standard menu.
Question: If my husband held his hand behind his back and crossed his fingers while he said his vows, are we still married?
WIRWTS: What are you twelve? Okay, here's what you do. Wait for the full moon, stand outside at midnight, throw a handful of salt over your left shoulder and turn around clock-wise three times. Now you're still married.
Question: We're expecting our first child in a couple of months and thought it would be really romantic if we had an officiant come in to the delivery room with us. We'd like to exchange vows during the delivery and have you pronounce us husband and wife at the moment he cuts the cord. Cool idea, isn't it?
WIRWTS: Here's a Lamaze Childbirth DVD. Watch it and get back to me on how romantic you think that moment is going to be.
Question: (Email sent at 11:43 a.m.) We're getting married at (location an hour away) at 1:30 this afternoon and just realized we need an officiant. Are you available?
WIRWTS: You're just realizing now....and you send out an email? Good luck with that.
Question: We don't care about rain, but we're worried about snow on our (February) wedding day. Do you know if (venue in Cocoa Beach, FL) has a backup plan for that?
WIRWTS: Highly unlikely, maybe you should try somewhere in Miami just to be completely safe?
Question: (October wedding in an election year) My family are all democrats and his are all republicans. We were thinking of having a political themed wedding with blue on the left and red on the right, what do you think?
WIRWTS: That I'm going nowhere near your house at Thanksgiving.
Photo Attribute: Image Courtesy of Scoobie's Photographic Images Just a picture of me for this one. I didn't want to show any particular wedding so as not to associate the innocent with the guilty.