I NOW PRONOUNCE
By Tasha Gordon-Solman
A wedding is a rite of passage, a beautiful and meaningful ceremony celebrating the union of soulmates. Or maybe that’s just Hallmark propaganda. Maybe a wedding is more like a hand-me-down sweater that doesn’t really fit and itches in weird places. For Adam and Nicole, it might be a little bit of both.
Adam and Nicole’s marriage get off to an inauspicious start when the elderly rabbi officiating their wedding drops dead during the ceremony. The members of the wedding party struggle heroically to turn around the mood at the reception, but they are much too preoccupied with their own flailing relationships to keep the festivities running smoothly. Meanwhile, the flowers girls are distracted by the possibility that the rabbi is now a bloodthirsty ghost. But Adam and Nicole have bigger issues to tackle than a wedding gone awry. With death staring them in the face, they can’t help but wonder: should they even be getting married?