So, my FI and I were talking over dinner the other night. He mentioned something about maybe "B Listing" a few people, though he didn't call it that. I told him that that is a big no no. We have since planned the most fantastically horrible wedding ever. Here goes: invitations sent in batches (A list, B list) instructing guests what to wear. The ceremony of course will only have 50 seats for the 100 guests and will start at least half an hour late, because "this is my day and they can all wait on me." A receiving line will follow with FI and myself sitting at our sweetheart table. Guests will file in front of us and must present us their gifts (because everyone knows they are a REQUIREMENT, not freely given). We will open the gift in front of the person/couple/family (who should have brought something to our potluck reception as well) and rate the gift on a a scale of 1-10. All like numbers will then be sat together. FI and I will then cut the cake and eat it, because there will only be one cupcake and no guests get cake. Yay! So glad we have everything planned now!
(For the record, the only statement that rings true from the above is that we will have a sweetheart table) So now, what was the worst "feature" you've ever had to deal with at a wedding?