Based on the question and the responses, it seems to me, that some people are lacking in the belief, (emunah), that all matches are made by G-d, everything is bashert; do you really think you can “allow or disallow” your child from marrying their bashert?? Most often, the parents who interfere with G-d’s plan, live to regret their actions. As long as neither side is compromising halacha by the choice, there should be no issue at all.
I agree with apushiteryid.
Mikva maintenance all around, including but not limited to towels, hot water, detergent, cleaning supplies, and paying someone to make sure everything is available at all times, which is increased quite a bit during rosh Hashanah and Yom kippur, necessitating increased fees during these times.
CTLAWYER: excellent response 👏👏👏