If you want to have a good start for a comedy that includes a wedding, this isn’t a bad place. The father of the bride gets stuck in an elevator right before he is supposed to walk his daughter down the aisle – whatever is to be done?
Looks like the father will have to climb up the elevator’s cable until he gets to the next floor, and pry open the elevator door using his lucky pen (which was set up earlier in the film, obviously). This includes lots of falls and near-misses, but everything is fine in the end.
Maid of Dishonor
The maid of honor is chosen because she's the bride's best friend (usually), and is also the person most able to keep things flowing smoothly during all the chaos that a wedding entails. This MoH got the wrong set of instructions, we think.
There's a lot of stress before and during weddings, but it seems pretty clear that this gal was a little too excited to get the party started. Most of those things are okay, but ruining the bride's dress in such a memorable fashion is going to get you disinvited from future weddings, or at least bumped down the ranks of bridesmaids.
Dedicated to the Part
When someone asks you to perform a wedding, you'd better do your very best to make sure it works, just like this trooper did. Not even a medical issue would stop him from joining two souls in holy matrimony. It was even before the ceremony started – not halfway through, where he might be able to stumble through it or speed things up.
This occurred before the bride and groom even got to the altar. Kudos to everybody involved, and while we respect this person's will, maybe just go with the paramedics next time. A surefire way to ruin a wedding is by dying.
High heels and certain types of flooring sometimes just don't get along. Just ask anyone who has ever tried walking on the grass while wearing stilettos. That means bridesmaids that might already have some issues keeping their balance are put in even more precarious positions.
This story doesn't have a maid of honor toppling, but it got pretty close, and she did make an exclamation that was heard by the video, if not the entire wedding. Good thing there wasn't a big party right afterward, where everyone can laugh about the shared moment that was hard to notice. Good thing.
Broadening Your Cultural Experience
For those not aware, Tagalog is the official language of the Philippines. We are sure that Ave Maria is beautiful in any language, but this wasn't exactly what the wedding was looking for. Well, they were asking for someone to sing bilingual, but maybe they didn't determine which two languages they needed.
The music is pretty important for a wedding, but at the very least, this won't really hurt the ceremony or reception all that much. It will just turn into one of those funny stories you tell for a few years. Maybe longer, if the singer was good enough.