Many people will start planning their dream weddings as kids, but I was often more interested in imagining how my funeral would go.
That's not because I go for a particularly Gothic aesthetic, nor necessarily because I'm weird or morbid (although I do enjoy being both), but because it's more practical for me to think about.
As far as I can see it, any wedding plans would obviously have a lot to do with a relationship I don't have right now. Indeed, we may or may not end up getting married in life, but we all eventually understand that we will someday die.
So it can help to think about how we'd like to make our final expression of how we looked at life and what we'd want to say to those who made our lives special.
And it seems that one man has found a boundlessly charming way to do both.