I have been writing and rewriting my wedding vows (in my head) these past few weeks.
It’s a lot of pressure.
What I find hilarious is that every attempt I make, I end up inserting jokes into my vows.
They aren’t inappropriate, yucky jokes. They mainly center on the fact that:
1) It’s very hard to be in a relationship with a Marriage and Family Therapist, and I love the fact that Brian isn’t the least bit intimidated by that, and
2) I find it hilarious that I am a Marriage and Family Therapist who’s…getting married. I’m legit now. Too legit to quit, even.
Because of #2, I feel immense pressure to come up with kickass, realistic, genuine
treatment goals wedding vows. Eh, it’s just who I am.
Hokai. So. This is what I ask you, blogging world:
Is it okay or not okay to make people laugh on purpose during your wedding vows?
UPDATE: So far, the feedback I have gotten has been from my young-ish generation saying humor in moderation is good! I wonder what an older-ish generation would say? What say you, 40+ aged people?