Great ideas, accepted by the communities because wedding time must be a special souvenir. Not the case for a couple from Lawrence, Kansas, in the U.S. They sought permission to get married in a local cemetery and this was a bad idea. Even a such offer existed, special conditions applied: to cut the wedding party from about 80 to around 30 and no music or decorations. The Lawrence Parks and Recreation Department denied already the request about a week after the proposal was submitted. Mark Hecker, assistant director, said the cemetery wedding just wasn’t a good idea. “If there’s a funeral that day, it creates a whole other thing … it’s one of those not-a-good-idea things,” he said.