Passionate, enduring love, forever and ever. An adventure through life with a partner you trust with all your heart and soul. Someone who understands your quirks and loves you for your stupid jokes. It’s the happily ever after that many of us pandas dream of. And whether you’re planning on getting married yourself, you can’t deny that weddings are the perfect celebration of love. Well… sometimes.
In other cases, they are more like a disaster than a fairy tale. But you can always find humor, even in the darkest places. And that’s the silver lining we’ll be focusing on today. “Everything, I’m a wedding disgrace” The Facebook page collects the most “hilarious stories about brides and gaudy weddings” to entertain and entertain the web. We feature some of their best of worst posts to show you just how bad things can really get.
Scroll down, vote on the posts that caught your attention the most, and be sure to send this list to all your friends who are planning to get married this year! If you liked the content, don’t forget to subscribe to “That’s it, I’m a wedding shame.” In the meantime, read on KristenBellTattoos.com interviews with wedding experts Anna and Sarah, team leaders in wedding societyfor everything to go smoothly.
With over 21,500 Facebook users following the “That’s it, I’m a wedding disgrace” page, they can’t wait for the latest updates and juicy gossip to appear in their feeds. Here, tea is spilled by the gallon, and it’s all anonymous to protect everyone’s feelings.
If you have a weird wedding story or rousing drama you want to share, you can join the community and contact the page founder. You never know, maybe it’s your post that will amuse everyone next week. Tasteless doesn’t necessarily mean unfunny.
The fact of the matter is that it is not only brides and grooms who create drama and create situations that everyone will gossip about for many years. There are some really weird people who end up being invited to love parties only to try and screw it up. Some people just like to wreak havoc wherever they go. Weddings are no exception.
If your new husband can’t be bothered enough to at least put on a button-up shirt and trousers…then you might have to toss him back into the trailer park and go fishing in search of a better catch.
Anna and Sarah, group leaders wedding society spoke to KristenBellTattoos.com about naughty and rude guests and how to deal with them. In short, it’s important to abandon the idea that weddings can be “perfect.” will go wrong no matter what. Therefore, it is very important to be able to adapt and not take personally any small flaws in the plan.
“Some people just want to watch the world burn, and as event organizers, that’s just something that wedding couples will have to accept,” Anna and Sarah explained to us that a happy couple needs to be realistic about the fact that not everyone will lead behave well and politely on this happy occasion. As much as we would like it.
“Not everyone will take turns, especially your anarchist uncle Jerry with a grown beard. However, try to use your supplier’s support system as leverage,” experts said that newlyweds should not do everything themselves. They can’t worry about every little detail or failure. They should contact the staff of the establishment to help resolve all issues.
“Simply saying ‘The venue has rules’ or ‘Our caterers have only agreed to…’ is an easy way to get the blame out of yourself while still following tough rules,” a wedding expert told How Couples Can Close. a little bad behavior among guests. This is a way to channel some of the negative emotions of the chaos wreckers elsewhere.
Experts said they stressed that they would “turn to professionals” for help if they find themselves in a situation where trouble is looming, either during the ceremony or after the reception.
“By this point, you already have a relationship with them. [the professionals] and they will often be more than happy to stand up for you – especially the venue staff,” they noted that the people hired by wedding couples are willing to help in any way they can.
“Talk quietly to your coordinator or someone more emotionally distant from the people involved and ask them to help you get through,” they shared what you can do if some of your guests start behaving inappropriately. It’s one thing to accidentally cause a bit of chaos, and quite another when you’re trying to derail everything because you want to get all the attention.
I don’t even know where to start… but you all should probably get off those train tracks before there’s a real train wreck, not the metaphorical wreck that’s happening with these outfits.
Yes, it’s an alligator cake topper… yes, it’s a giant gummy snake… we don’t know why, and we don’t want to know why.
You can’t convince me that a trampoline in someone’s backyard has that much sentimental value for any couple getting married.
Described as an environmentally friendly wedding, they used banana peels and weeds for compost to grow their dinner. I’m just joking.
Between the guilt of San Andrea on the corsage and the fact that one dress tears the other, I do not really understand what is happening here.