A White Tower restaurant would seem like an extremely unlikely spot to hold a marriage. Wichita residents might check to see whether or not there is a White Tower in their city, because one Ohio couple just had their wedding at a White Tower restaurant. Perhaps one of the young couples in Wichita, KS will decide to seek-out a similar site for their wedding ceremony. By the same token, the young couples in Wichita might decide to consider alternate sites.
Actually Wichita has a number of interesting places at which one could perform a marriage. Wichita has an Old Cowtown Museum, where one could hold a marriage with trappings much like those at weddings in the old west. The bride and bridesmaids could carry bouquets of wild flowers, flowers typical of those found in the Kansas fields. Imagine the food for the reception after such a marriage. Wichita residents at such a reception could expect to be treated to a lot of barbecued beef. The might also enjoy some hand-churned ice cream.
If a couple wanted an outdoor marriage, Wichita could provide an interesting possibility. That couple might want to consider having their wedding at the Wichita River Festival. Considering all the balloons at the Festival, such a wedding would probably be very colorful. Of course the bride might worry that the color she had selected for her attendants' gowns could clash with the colors of the balloons.
A Wichita pilot, or a Wichita stewardess might be among those who would prefer an alternate site for any planned weddings. Wichita is the site of both the Kansas Aviation Museum and the Kansas Flight Festival. Perhaps some couples could derive special benefits from any such flight-themed weddings. Wichita might have a travel agency that would give them a special deal on a flight to a honeymoon destination.
Considering the interests of the local University students, one could propose yet one further potential site for a marriage. Wichita students have in the past shown great skill at the bowling alley. A number of the graduates from the University have gone on to become professional bowlers.
In light of that fact, it would seem logical to expect that one Wichita couple could choose to have their wedding ceremony at a bowling alley. As of February of 2006, no report of such a ceremony existed. But with reports of a wedding at a White Tower Restaurant then appearing on the air waves, a bowling alley wedding would seem a bit less strange.
The groom might like the idea of a bowling alley wedding. At such a wedding he might not need to rent or purchase new shoes. He might get-away with wearing a pair of well-polished bowling shoes. Of course the bride would have difficulty choosing an appropriate shoe for her feet. Bowling shoes would not go with a lovely gown, and shoes with heels might not be permitted on the alley floor.
Perhaps the thought of such a possible problem explains why no bowling alley has yet been the setting for a marriage. Wichita might have the alley where such a marriage occurs first.