Monday, May 4, 2009

Wedding Movies

Watched Father of the Bride over the weekend. It was highly entertaining and I suggest for any bride to be. The funniest part was, of course, the wedding planner, Franc played by Martin Short, and BD Wong as his assistant. The line that made me laugh out loud?

"Now, let's pick the CAK, because the CAK will set the whole tone of the wedding"

And the cake, in 1991, cost $2,500. Cost per person, all in? $250 a head. In 1991!

If anything, it's a good laugh and perspective. I've resolved to be more positive about the wedding planning and laughing at this movie helped me realize we are on the right track, certain things having to do with a wedding are ridiculous, but there's no reason to lose your head overthings.

And I'll stop negative comments about people who love wedding's just because I would love to have some of your enthusiasm!


Liz @ McFargan: A Midwestern Matrimony said...

I love/hate wedding planning!

But I LOVE LOVE that movie. Thanks for the reminder.

K @ Blog Goggles said...

I used to love that movie! I totally need to see it again.