wedding day mishaps (feel free to add your own!)
Posted 30 July 2008 - 04:31 PM
Posted 30 July 2008 - 04:48 PM
| Originally Posted by carly |
Rach - OMG, they forgot panties! They ALL did? That's great. I am guessing that there was no wind, or that would've been a-whole-nother buller of mishaps.
They debated wearing their swim suit bottoms but both had ties on the sides of their bottoms so it made their dress not fit right. They decided to go sans panties. That's why the boat ride back from LC to PV was a very interesting ride. They were trashed and attempted to keep their dresses from flying up. Unfortunately, Steve saw a little too much of my sister's ass.
until they got creative and decided to put some shorts on underneath:
Even I had a fear of flashing my ginormous blue granny panties.
Posted 30 July 2008 - 04:59 PM
Posted 30 July 2008 - 05:04 PM
Love all these stories!!
Posted 30 July 2008 - 08:04 PM
1. Our best man wore a shirt that was similar to the rest of the GM shirts but a few shades darker. Another GM wore the same shirt becuase the BM bought it for him. I did not notice until I turned to face my husband and the difference in the color caught my eye. I just decided to let it go, they were almost the same, but how do you do that? We sent him the link to Macy's site, complete with a description and a SKU. Oh well, at least it was blue.
2. When I returned from taking pictures after the ceremony, my guests informed that my WC crashed her golf cart into the buffet table. Thank god there was no food in it, but I guess it made a loud bang when the chaffing dishes hit the pavement.
3. During her toast, my mom said "today we lost a member of the family." I know she meant it in a nice way, like they gave me away to Bob's family, but it just sounded like I died.
July 23, 2008
Posted 30 July 2008 - 09:45 PM
Posted 30 July 2008 - 10:08 PM
| Originally Posted by Allaballa |
During my wedding we made very clear that there was to be no mention of God. My DH is Christian (non practicing) and I'm Jewish (not practicing but my mom is pretty anal about the God thing). So apparently right before I walked down the isle, the judge asked my DH what religion he was. So Dh says I'm not religious. So the judge goes to him "That's good I'll just read from the old testament" before he could say anything, the music got started and the BM were walking down the isle. So the whole ceremony was God this and God that. The fist time he said it, you could tell my eyes just widened and I did a double take and you can tell that DH just squeezed my hand really tight (he said he did that because he was afraid I would hit the guy). My mom was so overwhelmed by me getting married that she didn't notice it.
Posted 30 July 2008 - 10:11 PM
| Originally Posted by FelicityEve |
These are so funny!
I was in this wedding and towards the end of the night, she started opening her gifts...at the reception, in front of everyone...Some one had given her this pricey collector doll, and she opens it and looks at it with this disgusted look, throws it to the side, and then says thank you to whoever, very sarcastically. I was embarrassed to even be there!
Not a funny mishap, but..some people!
| Originally Posted by *lauren* |
i just remembered another long one..and we have it on video, lovely ending...
anyway, traditionally at a jewish wedding, the husband steps on a glass, usually a lightbulb, wrapped in a napkin, to symbolize unbroken love and a whole bunch of other junk. in order to appease both sets of parents (who weren't thrilled w/ a minister marrying us), dh was going to break it. i realize halfway thru the ceremony - he's not wearing shoes!!! the minister says mysteriously, "and we have a surprise for everyone!" and i whisper, "no, he can't, no shoes!" she says, "huh? why aren't you wearing shoes?" and then madness entails.....my cousin (6'+, huge feet) throws a flip flop from the back row to dh (who's 5'8" on a good day). dh puts it on and can't get a grip to break the glass b/c the shoe is so damn big. cousin screams "consider that your wedding gift". dh breaks the glass by slamming his foot down - he was afraid that it wouldn't break, and had he not slammed so hard, it wouldn't have ... even after we told the wc to use a lightbulb, she still wrapped a glass up...and not a wine glass, or a champagne flute...a thick glass that you would ordinarily get a soda in.
OMG there are too many hilarious stories that I had to stop multi-quoting. Rachel, those pictures are too funny.
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