This story is from the pastor’s point of view. After knowing the couple for what seemed like an appropriate time to judge someone’s relationship, nothing looked suspicious. Things really unraveled only at the much anticipated “I do” moment.
Turns out that the groom was somehow manipulated into getting married and just couldn’t follow through with the whole event. His timing seems a little dramatic but at least he was able to break free.
It Was Almost Over
Nicolai, being such a genuine and easygoing kind of guy, accepted the apology as he was wise enough to understand the issue was with Amilia's parents, and not with him. They are the ones that were materialistic, narrow mined, and stuck up.
Without realizing it, not only did Nicolai give Amilia and Brandon a priceless gift that no money in the world could ever buy, but he also gave a few other people a good lesson in life. He proved that there are things in life that money cannot buy and there are people in this world, that hide a lot of precious gifts, underneath their janitor's uniform.
Ah, weddings. Celebrations of love accompanied by beautiful clothes, good music, dancing, and cake. So much cake. It doesn't get any better than this. It can, however, get worse. Like, big-time major fiasco scandals. Especially when one half of the happy couple turns out to be not so happy.
In this article, you will find some of the most interesting stories we found from around the internet which involve grooms opting out of their own weddings. Read at your own risk.
A True Bollywood Moment
Weddings in India have an elaborate set of customs and traditions, one of which involves an extensive guest list. Sure, it means there are lots of people witnessing the happiest day of your life, but it also means that if anything goes sideways the public humiliation is impossible to bear.
This bride, with the help of the poster's uncle, was saved from such humiliation thanks to what could possibly be the most gallant action we've ever heard of. And they lived happily ever after. Literally.
Parting as Friends
This story comes from the groom's child, a child which, by the looks of things was at one too many of their father's weddings. We'd assume there wasn't much excitement on the son/daughter's part prior to yet another ceremony. Seeing as dad was as keen on weddings as much as he was on getting divorced, it sounds like the kid was happy this one was nipped it in the bud.
The fact that both partners decided to end things amicably sounds comforting though.