19 Secrets Wedding Caterers Won't Tell You
We're terrified of spilling red wine on the bride's dress.
You'd be surprised at how many couples forget to pick a first dance.
Interrupting groups of wedding guests to offer round canapés is incredibly awkward.
Topping up champagne is impossibly hard if guests don't tilt their glasses.
And there is nothing as stressful as starting off a champagne waterfall.
Working behind a hot buffet is the worst job.
But table service is pretty nerve-wracking too. Not spilling stuff is always a challenge, but it's more important when it's the best day of someone's life.
But most of all, we're terrified of spilling red wine down the bridal gown.
Even if we're not thinking of getting married, we can't help but compare your wedding day to how we'd do things.
We get a bit emotional at your speeches, even though we don't know you.
We love gossiping about your family politics.
There is a special place reserved in hell for people who have wedding karaoke.
And "Summer Nights" is hands-down the worst track.
We can't help it if the bar tab has run out.
We love it when you don't go for a traditional fruit cake.
It doesn't matter how many times you offer to buy us a drink, we're probably not allowed to accept it.
You think drunk relatives are a problem when you're a wedding guest? They're 10 times worse when you're being paid not to be rude to them.
Although working at weddings is great fun, finishing a shift at 3am is not.
The smell of grease never leaves our uniform.
And, although we don't know how it got there, we'll find confetti in our hair for weeks afterwards.
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