I attended a Catholic ceremony last night via zoom (because the wedding was overseas and we could not be there personally). The videographer was good. They showed everything from the beginning, groom and entourage walking up and later the bride. It was nicely presented until the priest gave his sermon. He started talking about himself, his family and his alcoholic father. I found the topic negative and inappropriate for a wedding. It got uncomfortable to listen to. Lesson learned here? Choose a priest who knows the bride and groom. If this is not possible, at least ask the them what they plan to talk about. Suggest that it should be about the bride and groom, how they met, etc. How will a priest know what to talk about? Easy. Meet and "interview" the couple or have a write-up about the couple that they can hand over to the priest. There should not be any surprises about this event. If the priest disagrees, find another priest. This is your day and you want everything to turn out nice.