Both terms seem to have connotations that their belief system doesn’t represent.
Therefore, “You are invited to my wedding.” is correct and “You are invited to my marriage”. “Their marriage was a disaster.” implies that the couple was not happy in their life together and are probably separated or divorced.
On the other hand, “Their wedding was a disaster.“ implies that something happened during the wedding and that the ceremony did not go smoothly.
Like many of the pros or cons listed, the general positive aspect of a marriage is that you are with someone, especially someone who loves you.
You can grow old with that person and create a family and network of friends.
But the problem comes when you face the reality that the way some people actually implement courtship has been taken to extremes, and has painted "courtship" in a fanatical light.
(Read that post here) Debra Fileta, author of True Love Dates, comments about the courtship vs dating debate in an article posted in Relevant Magazine, “The world of dating can be hard to navigate for a young Christian.
Seven years ago, I said “I do” to fine young man in front of a hundred family members and best friends.
As we ate good food and danced the night away, I envisioned our post-honeymoon lifestyle to resemble that of June and Ward Cleaver.
He has written in literary journals such as Read Herrings and provides written online guides for towns ranging from Seymour, Connecticut to Haines, Alaska.