When Wedding Is A Mistake… (21 PICS)

Posted in INTERESTING       5 Aug 2021       4587       9 GALLERY VIEW

"Prior to my wedding I’d asked my husband to practice dancing with me because I’m uncoordinated, due to a disability. He blew me off and said we’d be fine. As we were dancing, he spoke in my ear, not even quietly. “What are you doing? What’s wrong with you? You’re embarrassing me!!” We lasted 2 years. Leaving was the best decision I ever made."


"I was at a wedding when a phone went off during the ceremony.

In the middle of exchanging vows.

It was the grooms.

He took the call.

They are divorced now."


" Just before the wedding started my mother turned to me and said “You are making the biggest mistake of your life, if we get in the car and leave now I will never say another word”

She was right…"


"The groom took the stupid cake thing to an extreme. The bride had given him his bite, and mushed a little on his chin or nose. He then took a piece and MASHED it into her face so hard that I was expecting her to end up with a bloody nose. Cake and frosting got up her nose, in her eyes, down the front of her dress, etc.

The bride had to go get cleaned up, had her makeup re-done, and was ugly-crying within an hour of saying, "I do." He didn't give a damn."


"When she went alone on her honeymoon, because she booked a trip to the caribbean despite her newlywed husband having a severe sun allergy"



"Don't know what happened... Sat down with bride and groom, filling out the contract. Got the deposit. He stood up, said forget it, and walked out. 2 months later I get told the wedding is off, 3 months later she calls to rebook, different groom. Day of the wedding I am at the church... Got the final payment the week before... No one shows... No one, just me and the DJ."


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"When the groom went in for the kiss after their vows and the bride presented her cheek instead. They divorced less than a year later after it was discovered she had been cheating on him pretty much their entire relationship."


"When the maid of honor professed her love for my brother during her toast at my brother's wedding... and her husband walked up to the head table, picked her up and carried her away before she could embarrass him further. They lasted about 3 months after that. My brother and his wife on the other hand are still happily married 20 years later."


"Two friends of mine got married, and when they gave their vows, the guy started laughing at the part about being faithful. Oops."



"Bride disappears right after dinner for about an hour. After she returned, groom's father comes up and asks for the mic. Proceeds to announce to the entire place that his son's new bride was just upstairs schtupping her ex boyfriend, and that the marriage is over."



"I was maid of honour. Me, best man and the couple went into a separate little room to do the signing stuff. Bride excused herself to go the bathroom and the groom started making pretty mean remarks about her cooking (sth she's passionate about) to the officiary. She came back, heard they were talking about cooking family meals together and gave him the warmest smile, thinking he had praised her. He scoffed awkwardly and changed the topic. That always stuck with me. He wasn't laughing WITH her but AT her, behind her back.

They lasted 7 months."


"A fun light-hearted dance with the groom followed by a close and slow dance with her male best friend.

Lasted 18 months and now she's living with the "friend"."


"Portuguese wedding. Fist fight broke out at the head table during the reception. Between two groomsmen. They were arguing about which of them had slept with the bride first. Groom was oblivious.

He came home from work early one day two years later and caught her in bed with another man. Surprised it took that long.

Midnight buffet was amazing though."



"The part of the vows where you pledge monogamy? The audience laughed"


"At my aunts wedding.

Pastor: “Repeat after me…. For Richer and for poorer” The bride: “ for richer and for richer”

Yea they didn’t last long"


"When they disappeared for half an hour during the reception. They were both “saving themselves for marriage” and were desperate to bone down. Which is a fine thing to want. But it turns out that was more or less the main reason they got married. They made it almost a year."


"The groom had a “best woman” instead of a best man. Nothing wrong with that, but her toast left the whole room in awkward silence because she was clearly in love with him."


"The bride told her bridesmaids that she didn’t actually want to get married. Multiple times. No one told the groom until after the divorce."



"She told me two days before that she found her fiancé annoying and that she didn’t like him and that he was AWFUL in bed.

She was visibly, endlessly uncomfortable at the rehearsal wedding/dinner combo.

Then she sobbed the ENTIRE morning, day-of. She ended up not getting any makeup done cause she wouldn’t stop scream-sobbing and refused to get dressed, stalling the wedding ~35 minutes.

She then said 45 minutes of “vows” that she had prepared (9 pages of things like inappropriate vows to friends and family, his parents and sisters, none of them her husband), and then ALMOST didn’t say “I do”. Managed to get a, “uh, yeah, okay, yeah I do” out of her almost a full 60 seconds after she was supposed to say anything.

I could go on for HOURS, but it was the most painful and awkward wedding I’ve ever been to. I’ve got my money on 10 months. We’re 1 month in."


"When the groom started off his speech by saying, “we all know I didn’t want to get married but we’re here for bride and child we had together_.”

1 year, 3 months later they were finished."


"I used to work for an event center that hosted a lot of weddings pre-Covid.

After one ceremony I saw the groom slap the butt of one of the bridesmaids in the hallway. She laughed and with a big smile said, "Oh Jeremy, you'll never change!""



"When there's name calling. I particularly cringed at "it's because we so get each other and are so comfortable that he can call me dumb slut as a nickname." They didn't last the year."



"An infamous one for me was leaving a venue late one night and as I’m walking to the train I can see the bride down an alley, on her knees with the best man."


"I was the best man at a wedding a few years back. At the rehearsal dinner, his future in-laws were treating him like cr#p. They were bossing him around, making him do cr#p, and talking down to him. They didn’t let him hang out with his groomsmen afterwards while the bride went out and got drunk.

They are now divorced."



"Had an old boss who was divorced. He told me once "I should have known it wasn't going to last when the only happy moment I had on my wedding day was when I snuck out to smoke weed with my buddies in the parking lot.""



"When he smashed the cake in her face and hair, then went off drinking with his buddies. In 12 weeks, she filed. Good thing I didn't buy an expensive gift."


"The entire bridal party, including parents of the wedded couple, entering in to a betting pool of how long the marriage would last, at the wedding reception.

IIRC the best man won (price is right rules) at 14 months"



"One where the wedding was all about the groom promoting his band. He even "sang his bride a song" that was literally just him showing off his vocal range with some classic piece. She stood up and joined him on stage half way through and he looked annoyed that he had to share the limelight. They lasted about 2 years (he was sleeping with the other vocalist in the band.)"



"The most beautiful wedding I've been to ended in divorce. Venue was where the groom's father is buried and he cried as he made his vows to the bride there.

Turned out he'd been cheating on her for months and they divorced a while later. Something so repugnant about marrying someone you're cheating on practically over your father's grave. To date it's the only wedding I've been to that ended in divorce."



"He complained she was mean to him throughout their dating life. The day before the wedding all of the groomsmen and the grooms friends told him not to marry the girl. Like straight up.

They lasted less than a year."



"One of my friends got married, afterwards she looked at me, crying, and said " what did I do? ". They were separated by the time the plane landed from their honeymoon. He was a good guy, she was a mess.

The beta fish in the flower centerpieces lasted longer than the marriage."



"When he raised his eyebrows and gave her a knowing look during the “for richer or for poorer” portion of their vows.

For context, he was a newly drafted pro athlete and she was a big fan of his signing bonus "



"I was at the wedding of one of my mum’s oldest friends and she clearly had more fun dancing with the best man after the wedding.

Long story short, they dated for a while after the divorce."



"My brother’s ex-wife. Throughout the exchange of vows, she was looking at everyone but my brother, making sure all eyes were on her. Later, she instructed the photographer (a family friend who was cheap) to “mingle” and get shots of people “being happy”. Within 10 minutes, she’d summoned the photographer back shouting, “Whose wedding is this?! I meant get shots of people being happy for me.”"



"The groom and best man had a dancing routine for getting into the church ceremony and they got nearly halfway through it and I guess the groom felt they hadn't received much applause and wows from us the attendees and decided to go back to the entrance and start all over. Sigh..."



"The bride and groom did the first dance then spent the rest of their reception completely apart from each other getting [email protected]#t-faced with their own separate friend-groups. The only other dancing all night was the bride dancing with her high school friends, the father-daughter dance and the mother-son dance, during which the groom was crying. The best man's speech didn't mention the bride at all and basically boiled down to "Groom, you're married now but our bond is older and stronger, all of our hunting and fishing trips together are the best thing in our lives, can't wait for more." Such a sad, desperate atmosphere. They made it a little over one year."


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Tony 1 year ago
JC-LOL JC-LOL JC-LOL girl_cray girl_cray girl_cray heart heart heart kiss kiss kiss kiss yahoo yahoo yahoo
Wyncha 1 year ago
#1 this was not about that specific occasion. We were terrible dancers at our wedding and we asked each other what the hell we are doing. Still 15+ years together.

Try not to get married because once he licked your clit. Get know each other a bit more.
Prue 1 year ago
Obviously it was about her husband was a retard and an @$$hole.
Deliverance 1 year ago
If one in four fails, would you go skydiving???
Prue 1 year ago

Bad analogy. Weddings won't kill you.
But more importantly, many people get married because of [email protected]$$ reasons, like religous obligations when pregnant. Or when you don't know each other that well. Or, like a few of the examples above, one is a smeghead, and the other is oblivious.

In short, I wouldn't go skydiving if my instructor and dive partner was an idiot that just drank a bottle of whisky while letting him fold the chutes and I knew I panic when standing on a ladder, let alone up there, because I'm afraid of heights.

I WOULD go skydiving if I knew and trusted my jump buddy and knew I was ready for it. And you can know this if you truly have a good relationship, communicate, use your brain, and try to make it work. Goes both ways obviously.
Mima 1 year ago
Weddings won't kill you but an insane spouse can.
salamoon 1 year ago
- Bride disappears right after dinner for about an hour. After she returned, groom's father comes up and asks for the mic. Proceeds to announce to the entire place that his son's new bride was just upstairs schtupping her ex boyfriend

- A fun light-hearted dance with the groom followed by a close and slow dance with her male best friend.
Lasted 18 months and now she's living with the "friend"

- An infamous one for me was leaving a venue late one night and as I’m walking to the train I can see the bride down an alley, on her knees with the best man

thats a nightmare belay
Elswood 1 year ago
If only my now ex mother-in-law had warned me before I got married that her daughter was a bully instead of waiting until she'd already made me feel like I worthless and useless. Final nails in the coffin of the marriage were her saying she'd never wanted to marry me and her agreeing with "friend" saying "first marriages were just practice marriages"
Quillie 11 month s ago
when she said: i'm pregnant but I don't know by who




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