Some rules and guidelines have been known since the dawn of time, and they are there to help us not make stupid decisions in the heat of the moment. One of them is “Don’t make any dramatic changes in the week or two before your wedding.”
Dying your hair red 18 hours before your wedding? That’s a bold move and a bold color. Not being happy with it is understandable, but she at least should have thought about all the pink items in our wedding before she died her hair red.
Whiter Than White
It is funny that some brides go berserk if their bridesmaids are not pretty enough, while others go to extreme lengths to make sure their bridesmaids won't be too pretty. Could anyone just decide and let us know if we should get a makeover or a makeunder before a wedding?
We’re so confused! Anyway, if you have white teeth you better start staining them, otherwise, you’re just not gonna be invited to this lovely precious bride's wedding.
The first rule of weddings is don’t ever wear white. The only person allowed to wear anything even remotely white, beige, very (very) light pink, or off-white is the bride. Anyone who breaks this rule is obviously a psychopath.
In this case, the bride managed to ruin at least five weddings that came after hers by wearing her actual bridal dress. This is even worse than just wearing white. What was she trying to achieve? An excommunication?
Like Rain on Your Wedding Day
Now this one is just priceless. This story isn't about a big crazy request that came before the wedding, but about an insane thing that happened at the actual event. Sure, sometimes it rains, and we can’t control it. Pictures are mandatory for weddings, but why oh why would you have them taken outside in the pouring rain?
Nobody gets an umbrella? Except for the bride and groom? Honestly, they probably just look like jerks in their own wedding photos for not giving any of their relatives an umbrella.
Bitterly Ever After
Nowadays wedding dates are a good enough reason for quarreling. People don’t want their wedding to be on the same week, month, and sometimes even year of someone else's because it will somehow steal their thunder.
The poor lady could not come to her friend's wedding because of her brother's wedding. Apparently, this terrible betrayal justified revenge in the form of the bride having her own wedding on the friend's birthday. With this attitude, it's very hard for us to imagine this bride living happily ever after.