I'm not looking for a definite answer here, just a poll of opinions. Since beginning to plan my August 2013 wedding, for which I was adamantly opposed to any kind of theme, I've begun to gravitate toward Italian-inspired decorations, cake and music. So, there you go. Apparently, my wedding will be Italian-inspired, held outside in a local greenhouse. Which is fine. Except I promised my fiance months ago that we could have whatever he wants to eat, which it turns out is barbecue. And I mean barbecue
: he's talking pulled pork, hot dogs, burgers, baked beans and corn on the cob. This is all delicious, but it horrifies me. No way do I want barbecue at our rustic Italian wedding. I'm looking at fun, colorful Italian appetizers: caprese salad, antipasti skewers, bread and dipping oil, olives, cheeses, and my grandpa's pastas. It makes sense, it meshes, it goes together, whatever.
So Knotties, here's my question: do I take control and say we're not having barbecue? Is there any common ground he and I can find with this? Isn't there something called a Groom's Dinner -- can't he just have it there, or at the rehearsal? I love this guy to pieces, and we've been together five years, but I don't want to start our married life together as that b...well, you know. Please weigh in: what should I do about this?
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