He argues that the "immense marketing in this experience, which you go through on your wedding day, after which nothing is ever so good again."
So, can having a stunning white wedding really ruin the reality of marriage? Or is a big blow out party something everyone deserves?
He added, "As a society there is much yet to resolve around male roles, and we need to take a long hard look at the marketisation of marriage. This, I believe, poses the greatest threat to long term-successful marriages."
He's not the only one who thinks big-money weddings are a bad idea.
Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith has also warned that the celebrity-inspired weddings are forcing couples into debt and making their lives a misery.
Let us know what you think in the poll below or Tweet us @handbagcom.
Are big white weddings making marriage difficult?
Yes, it's a pointless waste of time and money. No, they're a great way to celebrate.Maybe there's too much pressure to have the 'perfect wedding'.
Yes, it's a pointless waste of time and money. 37.21%
No, they're a great way to celebrate.11.63%
Maybe there's too much pressure to have the 'perfect wedding'. 51.16%
Do you think weddings are a threat to marriage? Tweet us @handbagcom.
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