(Closed) funny/random choices at weddings

posted 6 years ago in Recaps
Post # 4
4416 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

Alright, I’ll play! Through all my DIYing leading up to the wedding, I ended up with an extra silk peony flower. A huge emm-effer — probably 3-4 inches across. And I also had extra elastic left from making a corsage. So the night before we were to get on the plane to Seattle for the wedding, I got drunk and made this:

As you can see, the bridesmaids were thrilled when I showed them the MASSIVE PEONY ON AN ELASTIC CHIN STRAP. But let me tell you, in the last hour of the reception, everyone wore the damn thing for at least a little while. Even the photographer wore it. My sister put it around her pregnant belly, so the fetus wore it! In the end, I was so glad I brought it to the wedding because it was the most hilarious prop ever. Seems like half the guests only care about seeing the picture of them “wearing that stupid flower thing.” Smile  And to be honest … I want to see the pictures of ME wearing it too!

Post # 5
103 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

The weirdest/dumbest thing I’ve seen at a wedding was probably the groom and the bride dancing to bruno mar’s “Just the way you are” (which is an EXTREMELY sweet song) but it was really fast-paced and the groom was moving really fast and like… pseudo-club dancing WHILE slow dancing. The bride looked so mortified. 🙂 My Fiance and I joke that we’re going to do that. 

Post # 6
1769 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

hehe – these are funny!

Although this isn’t funny-weird, more like awkward-weird, I’ll play:

At my cousin’s wedding last year, the DJ was hitting on her in a VERY obvious way. Like after the first dance was over, he announced something like “Man, I’m jealous of (husband’s name) – he gets to dance with her for the rest of her life”. There were all these comments through the night “man, BridesName can certainly shake it!” while she was dancing…During the garter toss he kept asking if the groom wanted help getting the garter out. It was so awkward and strange….turns out the DJ was a friend of her’s from high school – I guess he still had a bit of a crush on her.

Post # 8
2433 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2009

A wedding we attended last summer required each table to RUN after the DJ to answer a question about the bride & groom to be dismissed for the buffet. This was a reception of ~300 guests, and made the reception seem like more of a sporting event than a formal affair. Annoying and tacky. 

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