Did you know you need a signature drink at your wedding? Also, you need a signature theme. And a signature look. And a signature monogram (which is kind of like a signature signature and that’s how wormholes are made). And a signature dance. And a signature song. And a signature speech. And a signature exit. And, oh yeah, THIS IS RIDICULOUS.
Take this conversation I recently had:
Susie Q: You know, something no one has ever seen at another wedding ever. Like a drink, or food, or the look of the wedding.
Me: That sounds complicated.
Susie Q: But you *have* to have something signature.
Me: Yeah. I think we’re good.
Can someone explain this to me? Because Susie Q was one of many who have asked about the “signature” aspects of my wedding. Is this one of those Hallmark conspiracies like Grandparent’s Day (which, for the record, I always send a card for) that are created just so people will spend more money? Is this like that? Because, I already feel like when you say “wedding” people add about $2,000 to their price so I can only imagine what “signature wedding” items would cost. Yeah, this is totally one of those things and I am not falling for it. But mostly because it sounds like a lot of work.