The wedding day is quite possibly one of the most popularly documented events in the world. It is often captured in a way deceiving of its reality, in order to appear as a “beautiful”, “fantastic”, “dream-like” or “perfect” symbol of love. But often the day of Holy Matrimony is more of a performance, and often turns into a symbol of economic status. By means of throwing large sums of money at tacky entertainment, snapshot photographers, over-priced wedding halls, unnecessary amounts of catering, a tux and wedding gown, stress and anxiety grows wild. This series presents how traditional marriages often miss the point of celebrating love.