I recently attended weddings for two wonderful young couples. Both affairs were beautiful and joyful, though very different. One was a rustic event in the country, and the other a formal affair held at an old courthouse in the city, each spectacular in their own way. Guests raved about the careful attention to detail to the menu, music and elaborate decorations, all of which added a great deal to the events. Both couples felt extremely fortunate to have grandparents and great-grandparents in attendance. So, you might ask, what’s the problem? The one important detail overlooked was comfortable accessibility for the guests with mobility issues.