Rumormill Week 3: The Great Matrimony Montage

I think we just attended our last wedding before our own. That being said, wait there are still three magnets on the fridge of people dressed really nicely (and naturally staged I must say). Fact: m’lady has a spreadsheet. Well, sure we have a spreadsheet for our venue ideas. I don’t know what we are going to do but I think when faced with uncertainty on getting to your goal do what Hollywood does…do a montage.

What’s a Matrimony Montage?
A matrimony montage is a term I just made up (believe it or not) so fortunately, our parents can’t tell us how to do it right, or within the guidelines of ‘etiquette.’ M’lady & I have been together for almost five years. In those five years we’ve been to so many weddings we’re able to help our dry cleaner put on that much dreamed of addition to his home.

I have an idea. Let’s take a piece of every wedding we’ve been to and make a save the date montage?! That’s a great way to show
1. I can pay attention
2. I can finally use those Jordan almonds in my globe box.
3. What better way to tell everyone not only are we in love, but when you condense nearly five years of courtship into  three minute video, even Ryan Gosling may cry from joy.

Why a Matrimony Montage?
* We’re in the digital era people, hard copy reminders are good but I fear so many people will want a save-the-date magnet from us that it could interfere with the Earth’s gravitational pull. Thus, to save humanity from a real-life Jerry Bruckheimer experience (with or without Liv Tyler) we go digital.

*  Facebook. Sure, it’s nice to post ring pics, status updates about planning or eating cake samples, but there is something that no one has wanted before our generation and Facebook is integral in accomplishing it-make your wedding go viral! Self importance, vanity, and the perpetual threat of just “one special day” year(s) out just isn’t enough anymore. We can post and repost this montage of love and you can’t avoid it. It’d be like those pictures you post of (well your kids but I guess they’re adorable, don’t think this is personal) never mind.

When a Matrimony Montage?

That I don’t know. At this moment, you’ve given it more thought than m’lady (If my term of endearment is to have a presumed accent, then I choose one from the motherland!). Contract talks with half of the cast are still quite far a part on terms of agreement. That being said, I know the 50% of the cast that are already on board love this idea and hope their family and friends start asking m’lady on Facebook when they can expect the mother of all e-Harmony commercials.