Are you really a Chief?
If not, this may not be the place to be calling yourself one - since here it has a specific meaning.
NOW on to the WEDDING...
WOMEN FEEL STRONGLY ABOUT THEIR WEDDINGS - SO YOUR PARTNER MUST APPROVE EVERYTHING - OR SHE WILL HOLD IT AGAINST FOREVER !!!
AND YOUR FIRE DEPARTMENT WILL HAVE TO APPROVE MOST ANYTHING INVOLVING THEM OR TRUCKS - so talk to your chief and see what he/she says, since they may not permit their equipment, etc. to be used.
Often with older women - they will let their firefighter husbands have everyone come in full dress uniform, bagpipes and fire trucks - much like a fire fighter funeral.
Most younger women - want the white fluffy dress princess wedding where ONLY THEY AS THE BRIDE ARE THE STAR - nobody, no fire truck, no other uniforms, NOBODY steals her spotlight or attention.
Some subtle ways - have a fire fighter bachelor party a few days before the wedding at the fire house. Then keep the fire service out of the wedding. YOU ARE MARRYING THE GIRL - THE WEDDING IS ABOUT THE GIRL AND YOU - this is not your fire service induction ceremony... which is a fire service celebration.
Other subtle things - reception table top fire service type items. Think 1 per table.
A bigger bang - drive away in the fire truck from the church to the reception... BUT INSIDE BUCKLED UP !!!
OR get full fire department formal dress instead of a tux as the groom.
AND SHUT YOUR PAGER OFF - AND GET ALL ATTENDING TO SHUT THEIR PAGERS OFF DURING THE WEDDING. Get a neighboring town to cover your district if everyone attends.
I'm confused. According to your profile, you're 16 years old. That would make you what, a sophmore in High School? Are you seriously getting married while still in school? Also Heather makes a good point about calling yourself "Chief".