Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't a wedding supposed to be shared with your closest friends and family? From the looks of that invitation, the people who attend this wedding will be as on-edge as people walking through a minefield.
I mean, take a look at that invitation. Does it not seem a little odd?
"In order to provide our privacy on our special day, no cameras or cell phones will be allowed on property."
I don't know about everyone else, but weddings are often my only chance to see some family members and friends, and not just the people getting married.
When I hang out with those people, I do sometimes like to take a picture or two. But apparently, the bride and groom don't trust the people that they should be closest to enough to just ask that they don't take pictures of them.
"A photo ID will be required for all guests upon entry."
It does seem a little pretentious. I mean, do these people really think that a lot of crashers are going to be trying to sneak in to see them get married? Still, I get it. After all, we can't have this:
"Also, please note that our wedding will be filmed, and that you will be asked to sign a release."
Now, I do understand that these people are television stars. But this has to make guests feel slightly uncomfortable. Signing a waiver? Am I taking a trip to space, or going to a wedding?
"We cannot wait to celebrate with you all!"
I can't say that that's the vibe I'm getting.
Oh well, congratulations, Kim and Kroy. Enjoy your special day. Just don't forget your photo ID.