I'm looking for where a certain story with the maharam Schick is printed. It goes as follows : the ruler of the maharam Schicks area wished to see a Jewish wedding and ordered that one take place in his palace. He observed the ceremony and asked what the kittel that the groom wears is for. In response, the maharam Schick said that it is to remind the groom of death since he will be buried in a kittel as well when he dies. In other words a wedding, as happy a time as it is for the new couple, they still need a reminder in mortality that serves as a lesson that life is not all fun and games.