We’d love to have seen this in action, but we’re also glad we didn’t have to see it, since we might have died from second-hand embarrassment. Sometimes people like to do some crazy stuff at weddings or other parties, and this event was one to remember.
A guy was so ready to get hitched that he climbed onto a chandelier to snag the garter belt, and swung around on the chandelier – which, miraculously, didn’t crash to the ground. The garter belt had already fallen, and he didn’t notice. Maybe he enjoyed acting like an ape on a tire swing.
Yeah, Me Too
We all get overcome with emotion, sometimes. Maybe you're watching a really sad movie, or you see a cute puppy, or you're trying to say something important to the most important person in your life on the most important day of your life. Whatever. It happens.
This woman was struck mute by the poetic words that her new husband was telling her, and she could say little more than to repeat what he said back, and not even in as many words. Did she have her own vows planned? We'll never know. Yeah, flowery language has its place, but sometimes simplicity is best.
Better Than Some Things
You're busting a move through the opulent doorway into the reception hall when you look down and see something that sinks your heart straight into your knees. Toilet paper is really helpful for a lot of specific reasons, but it has a bad habit — especially after it's been on the damp bathroom floor — of sticking to places where it doesn't belong.
The number of times this has caused public embarrassment might be too high to count. While it's a common problem, there are certainly worse things to have stuck to your shoe after leaving the bathroom, trust us.
Are You Sure? She's Kinda Important
We didn't know this could happen. A wedding really only needs two people, and if one of them isn't there, you can't really have a wedding. Of course, if it's a busy day and there are other weddings to get to, then sometimes you have to hurry things along.
Plus, a good hour of a Catholic wedding (we assume) is the sermon, which doesn't really require the bride and groom. They might be able to pick up some good advice, but it isn't like there will be a test. How long did he go without the bride, and, also, why was the bride so late to her own wedding?
A Fall to Remember
Nerves affect everyone, even the people that aren't in the spotlight. Sure, the bride and groom are supposed to get jitters, and the ring bearer might not like all the attention, but the MoH is supposed to be there to make things easier, not to fall down the steps.
It was all fine, though – nobody in their right mind could get upset at someone for falling down the stairs. She wasn't hurt, and eventually, she settled into her stance alongside the bride as the service went on. And good news! The video was captured, which means lots of people everywhere have seen this young woman's embarrassing moment.