My grandfather used to have an ashtray shaped like a skull that said, "No smoking." Growing up, I was overly sensitive to cigarette smoke and the smell of it, particularly on an airplane , would make me feel sick.* My house always had a "no smoking" sign by the front door. So the issue of smokers at the wedding never even occurred to me.
I'm not sure whether smoking is allowed at Irvine, but I'm going to leave that up to somebody else to figure out. I assume that our family and friends who do smoke would not smoke inside the tent itself, but am I assuming wrong?
(source)Also, I'm a little bummed that I can't get those customized matchbooks as favors because nobody will use them.
*Yes, I remember smoking on planes being legal. It was legal on international flights until I was 11 or 12 years old. I used to dread flying because of it.