It's our shortest sacramental service.
Actually, Chrismation done alone is shorter.
To tell the truth, I've never been to Orthodox wedding (neither Serbian nor Polish), because it was too complicated to us to get to Serbian for a weddings of my family members.
However, one of my acquaintances once has been to an Orthodox wedding in Poland and in her opinion it was quite long service (well, maybe 1 hour for her is long, but for RC in Poland it's normal). So I would be a bit shocked (and disappointed
) that Orthodox wedding is so short. Hope in my case (when I find a proper man to be my husband) it's done without any shortening
Well, actually, if it was done during the Liturgy, as it used to be in some old times, it wouldn't be so short, so that's an explanation that this service is relatively short comparing with other Orthodox services...