A Halloween wedding could actually be really cool! Especially if you are, what this Reddit user identifies as a “goth bride.” Do you guys think she had a black dress? But we digress.
Calligraphy is a lot trickier than it looks, guys, and asking people to master it just to write wedding invitations? Has she heard of printing shops? Are these bridesmaids or her little workers? Guess we’ll never know.
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.
A Woman's Right to Choose
We know the times have changed but everyone will admit that weddings are a pretty girly event. It usually requires pink flowers, dresses, make-up, and hairdos.
You don’t get a lot of beer or fishing-themed weddings. It’s one thing if your wedding itself is girly but it’s a whole other to ask a friend to change their entire personality for your wedding. We really hope the madness stopped there, but we have a feeling it didn't...
A Wild Goose Hunt
A bird sanctuary sounds like a stunning, serene location for a wedding. An excellent place to commence a beautiful union, right? Sadly, reality is never as good as fantasy. Beauty hurts and it usually conceals an ugly truth.
In this case, the ugly, smelly truth was goose dung that had to be removed by the poor wedding party hours before the wedding started. We are sure that no matter how perfect the event turned out to be, those who had to clean the excrement were left with a very bad taste in their mouths.