The guests at this wedding must have been getting really antsy by the time the official announcement was made. Rumors started circulating but eventually, things came to light — the groom wasn’t going to show. Since the place and services were already set and paid for, they were welcome to stay and enjoy themselves.
The most impressive component of this whole ordeal is obviously the bride, who held her head high and greeted her guests with a smile despite her probably feeling like she’d been hit by a truck. She deserves better.
At Least the Picnic Happened
This bride was left to wait for a groom who never showed. Our research shows that the two had been together for 6 years by that time. If you ask us, that's plenty of time to realize that the person you're with isn't the one you want to marry, but that's just us.
The girl seems to have taken the rejection in her stride — not only did she bravely face all the guests and explain that the wedding wasn't happening, but she also joked about it and went on with the outdoor event as much as possible. We salute.
We can understand how it can suddenly dawn on someone that they have been with the wrong person. That happens. That's what this whole article is about, basically. But taking the honeymoon tickets and running off with your brother? That's just adding insult to injury!
We aren't sure what's more shocking, the audacity he had to ask her to get back together, the fact she actually agreed, or the fact that the second time around actually went as planned.
Is This a Hallmark Movie?
This story has everything a good romantic comedy needs: a grand wedding scene (or even two!), a dramatic plot twist, an unfaithful partner, a knight in shiny armor, and even something that would pass for a meet-cute!
Of course, hearing about someone being dumped on their wedding day is something we wouldn't wish on anyone, but Mr. DJ here sure had things play out in his favor. Now, the two must be happy that the chips fell where they did.
Yeah, I'm Not Coming
Many of the stories in this article involve women who were left at the altar, or at least at the venue. This bride, however, was left way before that when her groom backed out on the whole thing and told his side they had no point in going.
In a way, not only did he break up with his partner, but he also had his own family and friends break up with her family and friends. Very classy. We hope the bride and her loved ones ended the evening by pouring sugar into his gas tank.