Great article Ramzy...Like someone else said though, the people that need to read this the most probably won't.
Life many others, my wife had also "always dreamed of a fall wedding". I promptly squashed any possibility of that and told her that under no circumstances would we get married on a Saturday in the fall. I did tell her we could do a Friday, so long as I am never bothered to do something for our anniversary. We had an April wedding.
Additionally, some of her friends didn't have that same courtesy. The year before, 2 OSU grads got married during THE GAME. I was able to dodge that wedding, as even my wife understood that would be asking too much of me.
Then last year, someone was inconsiderate enough to schedule her wedding during the Wisconsin game...What, Christmas wasn't available for a wedding?!?!?!?! Additionally, no TV's radios, nothing anywhere within a 3 mile radius. It was the worst wedding I've ever been to by far, and I definitely wasn't the only person there frustrated with the timing. On your wedding day you SHOULD be the center of attention. Due to poor planning, some of the attention was diverted away from your wedding. Fortunately for me, I had a friend come through with the genius idea in the 4th quarter: He face timed me and pointed his camera in the direction of the tv. This made it moderately more enjoyable, but as I'm sure everyone would agree, not nearly as much fun as it should have been.