Friday, October 22, 2010

Wow

Take a look at this wedding invite:

Call me a prude, but this is terrible.  The ball and chain term is funny for jokes and Halloween costumes, but for official wedding invitations?  This says to me, "I don't take this seriously and I don't respect myself."

Have I lost my sense of humor?

10 comments:

Sarah said...

Tacky. Just tacky.

Erika Jean said...

This is the kind of wedding a man would choose while left in charge of doing the invitations. ....but how often does that happen? lol.

Yeah it's tacky, but I could see it would for certain couples. It def. doesn't look like and invite for anything too formal ;-)

Erika Jean said...

*wedding invite

Anonymous said...

I've been married 25 years, and I have never liked "theme" weddings, such as scuba or sky dive weddings. I think the ceremony should be taken more seriously.

On the invitation, I'm not sure I could even attend a wedding if the invitation had an illustration of a ball and chain. Very tacky!

Trophy Life said...

yeah, that's just over the top. period.

wrestling kitties said...

Not classy at all.

It is one thing to have a sense of humor and trying to keep things fun at your wedding....but this is NOT the way to do it. It is a marriage not some random party that can have a stupid invite like this. Stupid!

Ky • twopretzels.com said...

Tacky.

Gross.

Anonymous said...

YES, you have lost your sense of humor. Weddings are supposed to be, I repeat, supposed to be about the couple that is getting married. If this is their humor and they get a laugh out of it, it's you (plural) who needs to get serious. If it had been 2 champagne glasses you wouldn't be saying "weddings are not about drinking, it's a sacred event!" Lighten up ladies!

Iris Took said...
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Iris Took said...

Thanks for your comment Anon.

That was just my point - a wedding is about getting married, not about the party or making a joke of it.

Couples can do do what they want, but I just thought this was making a mockery of the actual nuptials.