It is an elaborate affair. This much is already clear at the dress rehearsal.
There is a flurry of lighting technicians and cameramen amidst the stage props, photographers testing out the best spots and settings, make-up artists shuffling to and fro,
the costume designer brandishing her pincushion for last-minute alterations of the bridal robe or the guests’ attire.
And truly it is right and just that they have set up the location, from the red-carpeted aisle to the
altar, in studio hall number three. The priest is real, as far as he can tell, but his garb has likely appeared in a production the previous year.
Cosmo is no expert in European royalty, but he is sure that their celebrations and ceremonies must pale in comparison to this carefully crafted Hollywood production.
All in all, the whole fuss could have been outright amusing if it weren’t for the fact that this is supposed to be the wedding of his two best friends and he is supposed to play - no,
be - their best man tomorrow.
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