This is what happens when we fail to teach (at least in words, if not by example) our children that marriage is not about us, and that marriage is serious business.
This is what happens when congregations allow their temples to become rental halls.
This is what happens when we do not teach our children who God is - and how to approach him to ask for his blessing. And when we fail to instill in them any idea of what holiness is or what it means.
Things get out of hand.
Sometimes it is helpful to remember that the rites of the church are the way they are not because of some lack of creativity on the part of God's people, but because they serve a higher purpose than simply being a creative outlet.
But the church no longer knows how to say no. Like the overly permissive parent who equates love with saying yes to everything and doesn't realize until it's too late that saying yes to everything was not the most loving - or responsible - thing to do.
Christ whose bride is the Church united himself to her by suffering and dying for her. And by this Christ showed us what marriage is to be.
But that doesn't sound like much fun, does it?