People Are Sharing The Cringiest Things They've Seen Brides And Grooms Do At Weddings And It's...Yuck
I actually don't have words for some of these.
Here's what they said:
This themed wedding:
"I worked at a banquet hall and witnessed a fully NASCAR-themed wedding. In the end, we had to call the police because the bride in a gown climbed over the bar to steal more alcohol after we had closed the taps. And the event was over." —-neverzen
This surprise wedding:
"The bride told her mom she was going to an engagement dinner. It was the wedding."
This suggestive dance number:
"Groom 'Dirty-Danced' with his stepmom (full hands on ass)."
This awkward rendition of "Stand By Me":
"At the reception, the groom and his groomsmen sung an awful a cappella version of 'Stand By Me.' The worst part: He wasn't even singing it to his wife. He was singing it to his mum."
This bizarre send-off:
"The bride took three hours to appear. After the ceremony, she and her spouse went up in an air balloon. The marriage did not last a year."
This sad setup:
"Potluck wedding with no alcohol or music. Groom kept showing people his flask and bragging about it. Macaroni was the only redeemable thing. But when I went to scoop it, there was hair in it."
This rude photo moment:
"I was a photographer for a wedding where the bride was marrying a man with two kids from a previous relationship. I was in the bridal suite when the bridal party was getting ready and all of the bridesmaids had matching silk robes. The flower girl (groom's daughter) was there too.
They asked me to take a group photo of the bridal party, and one of the women in a silk robe was standing awkwardly to the side. I thought she was just shy or something, so I waved her into the photo and the room got dead silent. And the bride was like 'Oh no, we don't want her in the photos,' and glared at me like I should've known that.
She was the groom's ex-wife and was there to take care of the flower girl."
This mid-ceremony conversation:
"In the middle of the service, the minister’s cellphone rang and he answered. It was God. God wanted to talk to the groom. Conversation lasted a couple minutes, then the ceremony continued."
This sad moment:
"The bride got drunk and sat on some other dude's lap for two hours and flirted with him, while the groom sat by himself at the head table with a defeated look on his face."
This absolute nightmare:
"The bride and groom asked their friends to save all their empty Juul pods and throw those as they walked down the aisle, instead of rice."
And lastly, there's no words or label or anything for this:
"After the bride and groom kissed, the groom — a big douche to begin with — took a pair of hillbilly teeth out of his mouth and screamed, 'I DID IT AGAIN BOYS!'"