The wedding venue is such a grand event. It is the entering of innocent souls at the beginning of their lives. Wishes are they do well and the crowds pray and hope and enjoy food… it is all rather a confusion. Coordinated, rehearsed, contrived, tried, everybody is doing their best and there is so much beauty and symbolism behind it. Meanwhile, the elders stand back and eat the food, hoping for the best because they know the years to come, or at least think they do.
There are tables and placements to consider. There have to be coordinators of catering and dresses and the bride must be pristine. The groom is being held together by his friends. Everything is actually chaos, but the wedding venue handlers are coordinating the whole deal and keeping it together.
This is a wedding venue Hammond will portray with expert precision. Dresses, adornments, decorations, libations, deserts, all accommodations will be handled to the utmost pristine fashion. There will be stresses and all well hidden by the hired staff, succinctly and with a cast of love and refinement.
Underneath, everyone knows this is just a show. This is but an entry into a life which may go quite well and we all wish it will, so we celebrate to give it the positive energy in this direction. The experts coordinating the venue are targeted in this direction. They want everything to work out and understand how the beginning can mean so much to the future.
Not all things may go perfectly, but they will go perfectly. This is a nice wedding paradox to keep in mind. Weddings are celebrations and sometimes folks get a bit out of hand and it should all be alright. The intention is to create a once in a lifetime event… a fairy tale.