When my wife and I found out that our first child was going to be a daughter, I'll admit that one of the first things that crossed my mind was the frightening fact that at some point in the next two, three, maybe four decades, I would likely have to pay for her wedding. We were just months removed from our own nuptials, a relatively modest ceremony that nonetheless must have put a serious dent in the in-laws' budget. That fear was probably partly based on the nightmarish--yet hilarious--ordeal that Steve Martin's character endures in planning and, gulp, footing the bill for his daughter's wedding to an upper-class guy that poor Dad hardly even knows in the... More >>>