My FI is an introvert in every sense of the word. He's being incredible about everything wedding related-- splitting up which vendors to contact, willingly going to every appointment with me, agreeing to most of the "in the spotlight" stuff (dancing, grand entrances, cake cutting). I know he desperately wants to disappear in to the crowd as soon as they pronounce us husband and wife, and he's doing all the reception stuff for me.
There is one thing he WILL NOT do, and that's kiss on cue-- He wants to ban any glass clinking, hollering, bells, etc. It doesn't really bother me, but since he thinks it's totally tacky, I'm on his side. The only question now is how I get our guests to comply. He wants to ignore people who do it, and if they were to continue, have our coordinator take away their silverware/glasses/instruments and replace them with plastic. I think this is too far, and would rather just put a note of the table stating our "policy" (for lack of a better word). He thinks this would just encourage the rabble rousers.
What do we do? How do we make our wishes clear in a nice, polite way? I really would like this to be a non-issue, but I don't want him upset that day.