The nerve. The gall. The absolute absence of any ability to grasp human decency. After skipping his own wedding, leaving the bride’s family to have the wedding reception sans actual wedding. That doesn’t mean he was opting out of the affair altogether though.
This guy wasn’t going to play his part as a groom at his own event, but he was more than willing to perform there with his band. We couldn’t be shaking our heads any harder.
All for the Best
In many of the stories here, the husband-to-be realizes he has no interest in being a husband at the eleventh hour. Here, though, the guy came to his senses three months before the big day, which saved both the couple and their loved ones a lot of embarrassment.
It saved some money too (except for the thousands of dollars in deposits), and in the long run, it helped his partner understand he wasn't right for her after all. All's well that ends well.
This story comes from the bride's cousin, who stated that the event was incredibly lavish. The couple literally had circus performers to entertain people outside the venue. Insane.
Still, that wasn't the only insane thing that happened there. That title goes to the groom, who just couldn't bring himself to say his "I do" and just fled on a random golf cart, trying to get back on his first wife's good graces.
Clearly Not Over Him
This story isn't exactly about some being left at the altar but it was too good to leave out. While the woman in the story was left shortly before the wedding, it seems like no real harm was done. Well, not until later, that is.
The said English model was, apparently, not over her feelings of rejection even yeas after, resorting to straight-out-of-a-movie acts of drama such as flinging a can of tuna at the guy's head.
Here Comes the Bride... or Not
Having super-involved families can go either way. They can be a great source of warmth and support, or they can get your engagement canceled on the day of the wedding over a dowry disagreement. Well, this statement is oddly specific, but so is this story.
Since the food was already there, there was no point in letting it go to waste. The guests of this wedding left the venue full (silver lining) yet confused.