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These 19 Cringeworthy Wedding Moments are Unforgettable

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Ah, weddings. The celebration of two people finding love and making the promise to be together for the rest of their lives while surrounded by family and friends. It’s a grand party filled with happiness, dancing, copious amounts of booze, and wedding cake. What could go wrong?

Plenty, plenty can go wrong, actually. The bride can be a bridezilla, terrorizing everyone that gets in the way during her big day. Or the groom can be incoherently hungover from the night before, stumbling in late to his own wedding ceremony. And don’t forget the wedding party, those groomsmen and bridesmaids can party f*cking hard and some of them may not handle alcohol as well as others.

What’s guaranteed is a little bit of debauchery thrown in there, whether or not it’s wanted. I mean, two people are celebrating being together for the rest of their lives, that’s a big f*cking deal. They’ve committed to each other for forever and there’ll be consequences coming from it, good or bad. There’s going to be some great people watching and hilarious moments, hands down.

These 19 cringeworthy moments are unforgettable:


1.

My grandma got sh*tfaced at my sister’s wedding and went and cut the cake with her credit card.

2.

I went to my fiance’s cousin’s wedding a couple of years ago. It was very nice and fun overall, but the father of the bride gave the strangest, most awkward speech. He was facing away from the entire crowd, and he spoke about literally nothing but the deceased relatives who they all missed at the wedding. No happy congratulations to the couple, no cute stories, just a little speech about dead people.

3.

My friend showed up 1.5 hours late to his wedding ceremony. It was a large wedding so the entire church was full of people fidgeting around waiting on him. Then when he got there he was obviously hungover and kept swaying and almost falling asleep at the alter thing. That was pretty awkward.

4.

Someone else proposed marriage. Without the groom and bride’s blessing. In the middle of the reception. Drunken cringing ensued
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Written by Irvi Torremoro

Irvi Torremoro is an Austinite by way of Las Vegas. She's worked in various outlets in food & beverage and is now focused on writing, eating all the things, talking about Beyonce, and petting all the puppies. She runs flavorandbounty.com, a lifestyle blog about people in the service industry.