Married in Hell:

OK, that's not the point, but that's what it looked like when the article first pointed out the interior.

A different thought, though possibly an idiosyncratic one: The bride's wedding dress strikes me as a delightful alternative to the usual wedding dress -- it presents the image of a confident, adult woman, not a young girl or a historical copy of the young girl. I understand such dresses are more common these days in second (and later) weddings; but I like them for all weddings, especially those of women who are past their early 20s. Lovely as ordinary wedding dresses may be (and any friend of mine who's getting married always looks lovely), I like nonspecialty dresses much better.