Reddit users reveal the worst things they've witnessed at weddings

DECCAN CHRONICLE
Published Oct 11, 2017, 5:57 pm IST
Updated Oct 11, 2017, 5:57 pm IST
From awkward to cringe worthy, these stories are the stuff of movies.
Reddit users reveal worst things they've witnessed at weddings. (Photo: Piixabay)
 Reddit users reveal worst things they've witnessed at weddings. (Photo: Piixabay)

Weddings are supposed to filled with love, laughter and sweet memories. But sometimes, you land yourself the mother of all memories that many, including the couple wish they could forget.

Reddit users share the worst things they’ve witnessed at weddings and we are sure you won't be disappointed.

 

During the groom's father's speech, Vadersballhair revealed he spoke of how his new wife was better than the old one. To make it worse he also went on about the different qualities between Asian women and white women. "I've never looked at my shoes so hard in my life", Vadersballhair revealed.

When the bride's father died of a heart attack the morning of the wedding, the family insisted on having the wedding. "It was awkward as hell and nobody in the building made it through without crying, even the minister," Chipmunksyndrome said.

Paulsmith4908 told of how the bride's sisters showed up uninvited ready for a battle and the father of the two had to break up the fight by putting the "sister in a choke hold and dragging her out of the venue."

Cjbeck71081 had front row seats when the best man professed his love for the bride and revealed "they had slept together two nights before" the wedding, during his speech.

When the bride decided not to show up, PM_ME_UR_HAIR_COLOR's cousin decided to have a party anyway.

One user spoke of what happened at her own wedding, thanks to an intoxicated family member. "Alcoholic aunt showed up drunk and proceeded to yell out random things such as "Don't do it!!" or make "Wooo!!!" noises throughout my ENTIRE ceremony," BackwardsChic wrote, according to Daily Mail. "She ended up passing out on a chair during cocktail hour, called me my other's cousin's name and ripped my veil from my head cause she was so drunk and almost fell. Then she had to literally be carried out, unconscious."





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