This next photo is a classic example of what we call a little too much. And even in wedding photos, things can escalate to places we don’t desire. Every bride dreams of having a fairytale wedding, and we can say this bride almost had her way. The autumn leaves beautifully set the scene.
The breeze is pleasant. The cherry on top is the groom kneeling down to her and offering her his hand. It’s really quite sweet. But no bride wants to have her thunder stolen, especially not by leaves! Rudely, the leaves hide the bride and pull focus away from her.
Let’s Face It – Weddings Aren’t for Everyone
Ah....the British Monarchy at its best. It really doesn't get any better than a real wedding of a real Prince and princes. This might be one of the most special occasions in recent times. When a prince gets married, like Prince William and Beautiful Kate, it is the closest thing the public gets to a fairytale wedding.
And their sweet embrace on the balcony of Buckingham Palace really appears like a prince and princess’s wedding. But there is one clue that shows that you are not dreaming after all — the expression of the flower girl on the left. She simply looks like she isn’t overjoyed or thrilled about what is happening.
We must say we love moments like this. They remind us that royals really are human, just like us. And also that veils are just the most preposterous things. Especially the big, long ones that won’t come off unless a gust of wind shows up unexpectedly. We can't ignore Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan when discussing weddings. These two have been adorning our headlines for a few years now.
Did you know that their own wedding has its share of failures? If any grooms suffer from a similar veil fail in the future, they can always use this picture to defend themselves – if a dashing prince can flop at the big moment, what can you expect from us ordinary folk?
The Wedding llama
According to the information we have, this picture is the result of one brother who promised his sister he would bring a llama to her wedding. That was five years before she actually got married. She didn't think he'd go through with that until she showed up and saw a llama in a suit.
Is this a wedding fail, or maybe a wedding win? We'll let you be the judge of that! Now, in case this dude is not the bride's brother, but in fact he is the groom, well he is in for a bit of trouble. He is going to wake up beside that grumpy face for the rest of his life.
No Doves, Then
It's not always about the bride. It's not always her falling into the water, and it's not always her dress getting messed up. This time it's all to do with the other half. This picture was taken in Milan, Italy, outside of the Duomo Milan Cathedral, where many young couples go to get wedding photos.
The bride is not looking too shabby, but the groom, on the other hand, is struggling. While feeding birds sounds like a nice, peaceful activity, it can be overwhelming. In this case, the doves created a wedding photo fail, and we thank them for it.