Is this for real? There is an unwritten rule when it comes to weddings, and this rule applies to all countries, all brides, and all mothers-in-law around the world, with no exceptions whatsoever. Unless you’re the bride, never wear a white dress to a wedding and no matter what excuse you bring along with you.
This simple rule usually goes without saying. But apparently, not everyone is aware of it. This bride must have been shocked to see none other than her now mother-in-law wearing a long white gown on her wedding day. We wouldn’t be surprised if this wedding ended up with a funeral.
At first, we thought this next wedding failure was part of a show or some kind of act this bride was putting on, however, after deep research, we sadly discovered this is a real event that took place at a real wedding and involved a real bride and groom.
In case anyone was wondering, this bride wanted to be clear that she was waiting for the right man and finally found him. With a playful nod to the film "Robin Hood: Men in Tights," she couldn't be happier about not having to wear metal panties anymore. We've asked to see a photo of the groom while this was going on, however, a responds is still pending.
If you had to choose one wedding fail to happen on your big day, it wouldn't be this next one. No matter what happens during the big day, if it occurs while you are walking down the aisle, there is no way anyone will miss it. All eyes are glued on the bride and groom; you don't need a photographer to document the moment.
Seems that walking down the aisle could be mission impossible for some. Take this couple, for instance. While we have no doubt that they learned how to walk when they were little, they still managed to trip and fall on top of one another on their way to saying, 'I do.'
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There's nothing like the beach as a background for the perfect wedding photoshoot. The sea, the sand, and the sky make for an ideal setting. The beautiful bride is barefooted, soaking her feet in the warm sand, and her groom has never looked more charming in his light shirt and rolled-up pants.
The sun is about to set, seagulls are singing their song, and there's always room for splashes of color in the background. Or not. Unfortunately, swimmers and other beach-goers should also be taken into consideration when choosing a location for a photo. Next time a deserted island would make a better location.
We would love to know what kind of food was served at the reception to make the bride's tongue go blue like that. Perhaps she realized she didn't have her 'something blue' and got some last-minute blue candy to sort it out. We love this bride for going with the flow and are willing to have her snapshot taken.
Not all women are as easygoing as she is, especially not on the big day. And the more we think of it, the more we like it. It could work as a great concept for brides who can't find or want to have a different and unique something blue and don't want to ditch the tradition.