One of these paragraphs outlines the importance of the lay witness in both the preparation of the couple and the celebration of the liturgy. That last point rubs against the cultural inclination of a wedding as a family observance. I don’t know that there’s much attention given within the Church to move things to a partial parish orientation.
26. Other laypersons, however, can play a part in various ways both in the spiritual preparation of the engaged couple and in the celebration of the rite itself. Moreover, the entire Christian community should cooperate to bear witness to the faith and to be a sign to the world of Christ’s love.
An interesting departure from the older (and now vanishing) tradition of marriage in the parish of the bride’s family:
27. The Marriage is to be celebrated in the parish of one or other of the engaged persons, or elsewhere with the permission of the proper Ordinary or pastor. (cf. canon law 1115)
The text cited in blue is from the English translation of The Order of Celebrating Matrimony © 2013, International Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation. All rights reserved.