Btw, Destructsean, in your copious amounts of spare time between now and the wedding ... or if you just need a plane book, I highly recommend Elizabeth Gilbert's Committed: A love story. My DH really enjoyed it when it came out around the time we got married, so its not totally girly (oddly enough, I just left my library copy on the nightstand and he picked it up and read a few paragraphs himself and got hooked ... I don't usually read contemporary biographies, but in my profession I feel like I should have a feel for some of the "hot" authors and she was selling copies of Eat Pray Love like crazy at the time). Its an interesting love story as it starts out with her talking about not wanting to get married as she and her partner had previously both gone through terrible divorces, but they had to if they wanted to live together due to citizenship issues, so they're essentially forced to marry and how she comes to terms with the idea of marriage, by looking at its history. Basically she's writes like a social anthropologist with some excellent skills at prose. Its kind of a neat way to look at the larger implications of what it really means to be married in our society now. Okay, done with the stuff now ... back to the regularly scheduled Disney chat.