How much fanfare is required for a Christening?

I like to go to a good do. I like to put on a bloody good do. None of this celebration by numbers crap. Function room: tick. Buffet: tick. Rubbish DJ: tick. Yawn: tick. I spent my hen do dressed as Edmund Blackadder (series 2) complete with ruffs and stick on goatee beard. When we realised our nuptials were getting a bit Microsoft weddings, we decided to throw in a boat trip, cardboard cut outs of Vegas hotels and an overweight, sweating Elvis singing Green Day songs. I reckon chic, refined, sophisticated celebrations are for those too insecure to really let their hair down (though this may be because I am incapable of chic, refined sophistication).

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