If you want everything to be perfect for your big day, then you’re going to have to give people very specific instructions. You have to make up the seating chart, talk with the caterer, and get everything squared away with the venue. All that work and you might forget about the DJ, who needed you to choose your entrance song.
If you don’t, he will, and you might not be a fan of the tune that he picks. “Cotton-Eyed Joe” is a classic song that lots of people love, whether one of the originals or a cover, but is it an entrance song?
Oh, You've Got Some Payment Coming to You All Right
While the popularity of the traditional wedding cake has been waning in recent years in favor of cupcakes, candy buffets, donut tables, or other choices, it's still a pretty common choice for the new couple's big day. Wedding cake bakers make a pretty penny thanks to their skill at baking and decorating, but a pre-made frozen cake just doesn't cut it.
Delivering something other than what you promised as a business is also pretty low on the totem pole of acceptability. Demanding to get paid is the topper on this cake of a story. This caterer also apparently ran out of food, prompting the bride and groom to hit none other than Taco Bell.
This woman was, apparently, told that she could eat the strawberries, despite them being special and beautiful and meant for the bride and groom. So, whose fault is this? We're going with the unknown “she,” who could be the caterer, a friend, or the bride herself. If you're peckish at a wedding, almost anything sounds good, especially some fancy fruits.
The story's poster seems to indicate that she should have known better. If those special strawberries were set apart then maybe, but someone still indicated that they were fair game. There's obviously still some embarrassment, but it's not like she knew any better.
Children Are a Wild Card
This story goes on to say the daughter also refused to walk down the aisle with the ring bearer and instead walked with the bride and the bride's father, which was certainly quite cute, even if not how it normally works. For some reason, this little gal also wouldn't accept a piece of jewelry from the groom, stating that she already had one.
Well, sure, but you could have another one, and it would also prevent Mom from getting mad at you for messing up the wedding. Sometimes that's worth it to a little kid, even if they don't really know what's going on.
It's an honor to be asked to stand at a wedding. Whether you're an usher or the maid of honor, you're there because the couple wants you to help and because you're close. This best man might have been a little tongue-tied, but he almost certainly got a laugh from this off-the-cuff statement.
From everybody, that is, except for the bride and groom, who is rethinking the promise that he made. Was the bride angrier at the best man or the groom, Howie? There's plenty to go around. Even if there is a chance for a repeat, we can bet that the best man will end up being someone else.