You Won’t Want to Come to Tyler’s Wedding Because it Will Be Plain and Simple

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  1. I don’t want to come off as shaming people who marry later, or never marry (is there such a thing as shame shaming?), but I concur with a lot of this.
    The NY Times wedding announcements page is kind of an extreme venue, but so many of the marriages there come off sounding like corporate or dynastic mergers, with just the right notes of perfectly accessorized hubris and cleverness. I think there is a gross over-emphasis on the fairy tale perception of marriage, and not enough on the fact that it is in fact a union of two imperfect people.
    As Mike Tyson once said, everyone has a plan until they get punched in the mouth. While I wish the best for all newlyweds, I would not care to tempt the fates by having a six figure wedding.

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