In the cartoons you float up to heaven, get wings and a halo, and sit on a cloud playing a harp for eternity. That's the Looney Tunes version.
As for myself, I saw heaven as sort of a perpetual worship service where believers spent all their time in a heavenly choir singing praises to God. Boring. And distressing considering my difficulties in staying on key with most songs. But it was still better than the alternative.
While we know it is a wedding feast, we must remember that the guests are those who belong to the bridegroom, both past and present. In other words, some of these guests have already died. But here they are enjoying some wonderful food.
Isa. 25:6 describes it this way. "And in this mountain shall the LORD of hosts make unto all people a feast of fat things, a feast of wines on the lees, of fat things full of marrow, of wines on the lees well refined." (KJV)
Now, FDA recommendations aside, I love myself some fat on my meat. It melts in your mouth and is just full of flavor!
And wine that is left "on the lees," or dregs, for fermentation, becomes stronger and sweeter and acquires a clear color. At the right time it is drained off and will be ready to serve. Perhaps I should start acquiring a taste for wine now, so I'll be able to properly appreciate it then.
What this tells me, however, is that our taste buds will be fully operational! Remember, Jesus himself said he would not taste of the fruit of the vine himself until he drank it with us in his Father's kingdom.
Oh, and the Tree of Life! That has fruit definitely meant to be eaten. And it yields twelve different types of fruit, one type each month? I wonder if Tree of Life cobbler will be served at the Wedding Supper. (No, really! I do wonder that. And can't wait to find out!)
Also consider that we will be seated at this wedding. That implies furniture; tables and chairs. So there will be no floating around with an intangible body like a ghost. We'll still have hands that can touch and eyes that can see and enjoy. And since a feast also implies fellowship, relationships with each other will continue as a part of our life after life.
I wonder what clues other scriptures about heaven can give us.