If you're going to whine about someone's wedding, please stay home. It's up to the couple to celebrate in whatever way they wish. It's up to you to participate or not. If the bride/groom is acting like an entitled bitch, it's likely that s/he's an asshole the rest of the time, too, which begs the question - why are you friends with him/her anyway?
We had a few very well-meaning guests just "wing it", and their gifts are in the back of our cupboard because we don't know what the hell to do with them. (Example: absolutely hideous hand-painted wine glasses that don't match our decor at all.)
When you say "materialistic", are you referring only to people who have plenty of things and simply want more than they need or could reasonably want? Or simply people who want things? Because it sounds like you are saying you don't understand why people want things, and that may have to do with your own life experiences.
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