Cosmo's wedding has provided more blog material than I could have imagined.
Cosmo was back in the office for a couple of days this week before departing for his honeymoon...following whatever Jewish observation is taking place this week.
Today we got to grill Cosmo about wedding details.
What we learned:
-- They intended to do a garder toss and a bouquet toss, but were too busy frolicking to make it happen.
-- Cosmo has rarely, if ever, seen a dollar dance, so it was never a consideration.
-- Since the wedding wasn't in a synogogue, Cosmo didn't need to wear a yamaka, but did so anyway.
-- The photographer provided one of those shopping mall photo booths for guests to take instant photos. Then prints of those photos were given to the guests, and placed in the guest book, along with a signature by the guest. I didn't take a photo, or sign the book, so I guess I never attended.
-- The round table the wedding party sat at in the center of the room was not a Jewish tradition, it was just a personal preference of the wedding party, and it's a much better idea than the press conference panel presentation of the wedding party at typical receptions.
-- The wedding planner is indeed Jewish.
And with that I'm done reminiscing about Cosmo's wedding. I can't believe it's the last wedding I'm ever going to attend, but it is, I swear, even if the new Mike is the same as the old Mike.