I was at a wedding the other day. Although I didn’t know anyone there, I had a fun time. The food was particularly nice, and they must have found an excellent marquee hire in Melbourne because the tent was simply stunning. Of all the weddings I’ve been to lately, this was one of the better ones.
There was one last week where all of the food contained olives, so that wasn’t a lot of fun. Even the cake had olives in it. What were they thinking? An olive themed wedding? I get that the groom’s name was Oliver, but come on. I can’t believe they managed to hire a wedding marquee near Melbourne that was olive coloured. The craziest thing was the olive coloured suit the groom wore. I don’t think my eyes will ever recover! That was probably my least favourite wedding so far.
My all-time favourite wedding was “Space Battles” themed. I’m not really a fan of “Space Battles”, but the decorations were simply incredible. The groom came dressed up as Dark Invader, and the groomsmen were Lightning Troopers. It was a little weird that the bride was dressed like Princess Leio, because I’m pretty sure she’s Dark Invader’s daughter. But the food was delicious and the blue milk drinks were sublime. The whole atmosphere was jolly, and it was interesting to see so many people who care so deeply about “Space Battles”. If you’d asked me before, I would have said that a sci-fi movie themed wedding is a terrible idea. But now, I’d say go for it!
Crashing weddings usually goes really well, but when people realise that they’ve never seen me before, it can turn into a bit of a disaster. I’ve even had the police called on me once. All I want is to eat some free (non-olive) food and have a good time. Is that so bad? Most of the time it’s not an issue, but there are exceptions. Not that they’ll ever stop me from doing it. Crashing weddings is just too much fun.