You're right, on the way to Lake Tahoe their car broke down so they walked out into a beautiful mountain meadow and pledged their love to one another. As they made their vows, the birds sang and a gentle breeze blew through their hair. This they understood as God's confirmation that they were man and wife.
As the sunset they laid out their sleeping bags in the middle of the meadow where they consummated their union under God's starry night!
Oh, dear, I'm afraid you're going to think me a terrible old fuddy-duddy.. but..
I think that if our current WL did something like this, I would tell the pastor that I didn't want to have anything to do anymore with the contemporary service, that somebody else could set up the mics. I do have some negative history with the current WL, but I think this would, for me, confirm my impression that he's in it for something other than "the worship."