That could be poetically beautiful, though, for Grissom to wear a tux to Sara's funeral. That'd just be touching, the most beautiful wedding ever. I've never thought that Grissom and Sara were anti-marriage, but I never thought they were completely driven towards it, either. However, I do think Grissom asking would kinda give Sara a sense of security in the relationship that she lost. Because, he is a traditionalist in some ways, and I believe that would be one. Sara thinks that if you have to go outside of marriage for happiness, you're in trouble. Therefore, she does think there can be happiness in marriage. I mean, the way she was so quick to make sure Grissom knew she wasn't anti-marriage told me that she's keeping her options open where that's concerned, and doesn't want to close that door completely. I think, if he asked, she'd consent to a tiny little marriage in a courthouse (or in some random woman's house like my mom did... dragged me and my brother and my stepsiblings into this officiary's house and got married in her living room!). So, I can see them getting married, just them and a witness... maybe Brass... or maybe someone like Sara's brother... or just a random janito.... Strike that... No janitors at their wedding. But, you get the point. I can't see them doing a big white dress, bouquet wedding, though I could see him bringing her a wrist corsage to wear, and her beaming like an idiot as she stands there in a simple, plain dress with her hair in curls, and him in a suit. No tux. He wouldn't bother renting one, but he'd show her respect by wearing a nice suit. And it'd be intimate, and quiet, and they'd have it in their hearts. Also, the legal benefits of being "the husband." And, if one of them ever gets a job at a pizzeria, pizza discounts! Anyway, I don't think they're closed off to the idea, personally. But, I do think they'd have a very private ceremony if it happened. And I can't even see him making a HUGE deal out of the proposal. Just... sweetness.