The Auburn/LSU game is this weekend.
I remember where I was for the last game between those two. Sitting in our car, outside my friend's wedding venue, waiting til the last minute to go in.... and then checking Twitter for updates.
And I'm not even that big of a college football fan. Seriously.
It's a fact of Southern life. Planning a wedding during college football season is going to ruffle some feathers. And may affect attendance, too.
But there's no perfect time for a wedding. There's always some kind of conflict, right?
And you could always plan your wedding on a bye week... along with every other bride you know.
Got a kick out of AL.com's survey.... "Is it ever ok to schedule a wedding on a fall weekend?"
My favorite answer... "Yes, if there are TV's". I've never seen that, but I'm betting some of you have.
The other thing I noticed (besides the fact that over half said NO)? Only 15% didn't have an opinion. That means 85% definitely did... and only 14% said it's no problem.
What do you think: Is it ever okay to schedule a wedding on a fall weekend?— AL.com (@aldotcom) September 11, 2018
Do people really skip weddings just for a football game or are y’all just joking because it’s trendy? You can watch a game anytime but you’ll only see those two people getting married once and life is short. Memories with people you love are essential.— Bunney (@SillyyRabbit93) September 3, 2018
Only way I’m at a wedding during football season is if the ceremony ends before kickoff and the game will be on during the reception.— Mighty, J.D. (@Mighty_LR) September 8, 2018
BTW if I ever get married its gonna be a Super Bowl watch party. Open bar & football food. Wear your jerseys idc
If you decide to have your wedding on a Saturday during football season... just rude— Albert Meza (@CashMoneyMeza) September 9, 2018