"What would Jesus do?"
Interesting question. Google "moneylenders in the temple". It's mentioned in all four Gospels. Jesus was a man of principle, and probably had the odd meltdown to prove his point.
To paraphrase the story, the people of the time (including the priests, obviously) allowed more and more non-religious activity to occur on temple property, even inside the temple. The Bible is pretty clear on this being a no-no. The envelope probably got pushed a little further every year (this happened at Passover) until the temple looked more like a bazaar than a house of worship. Jesus saw this and flipped out in a major way, evening making a whip of cords to drive them out of the temple, along with their livestock. Doesn't sound too Jesus-y, does it?
If the event at the temple happened a few weeks ago and got posted to YouTube, I bet the reaction from news agencies (and on discussion threads) would be similar; i.e., that Jesus fella has anger issues, ego issues, and should have handled things better. In fact, he should be sued. After all, those are people's livelihoods he's messing with, and their temple sales at Passover represent the high point of their fiscal year.
I think how much people respect the religious wedding ceremony determines which side of the fence they land on this one.