Here at HuffPost Weddings, we love to celebrate the indie bride.
But Sunday night's episode of the IFC sketch comedy series "Portlandia," featured one "indie" wedding we're not so sure about.
On the show, which sends up the self-consciously "alternative" culture of the Pacific Northwest, long-term couple Spyke and Iris meet with a wedding planner to plan their upcoming nuptials -- despite the fact that they don't want anything that "reads as wedding."
"If there's anything that you've done, then we won't do it," says Spyke, a self-absorbed bike messenger, to the couple's wedding planner. "We're not marionettes, dancing to and fro."
Iris summed up her own equally-impossible wedding concept: "There's a 60 percent divorce rate and I think that should be at the forefront of people's minds at this wedding."
Watch the clip above to see more of this ridiculous wedding-planning scene, as well as the hilariously bizarre final concept for the wedding.
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