(Closed) Whats the Craziest fight/experience you’ve witnessed at a wedding!

posted 6 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

I went to a wedding a loooong time ago where a drunken guest got rowdy and picked a fist fight with another random guest in the parking lot. Classy, huh?

My Fiance once had to respond to a fight that broke out at a wedding reception where a guest got into a fight with another guest. Bride, groom and both families got involved. There was blood and glass all over the place and the bride and groom had to leave their own reception early to go down to the police station for questioning. They missed the last 3 or 4 hours of their reception and were there well into the night.

Post # 4
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2012

Seriously these things happen? Worst I’ve seen in someone overly drunk

Post # 6
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Buzzing bee

I’ve never witnessed an actual, physical fight at a wedding.  But, drama, yes.  My aunt is addicted to a certain benzodiazapine, which she abuses with alcohol anytime there is a family event.  She showed up to my cousin’s wedding like that in 2007.  She took all of the floral arrangements and put them in her van, after jumping in ALL of the wedding photos (she was not apart of the wedding in any way, shape, nor form… only distantly related to the groom through marriage).  Then, she tried to steal centerpieces and the pastor’s wife confronted her.  She ended up in a screaming match with the pastor’s wife, in front of everyone!  My aunt was calling the pastor’s wife a devil-worshipper (because, apparently in Pentecostal church, you’re allowed to arrive f*cked up and steal from the bride and groom), and all kinds of other curse words.  This happened right in the middle of the reception.  Everyone was silent and shocked.

She was semi-inebriated at the last family wedding and crapped in her pants (literally).  But, she wasn’t too badly messed up to where she was stealing things.

Post # 7
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2012

@Pinksapphire: Wow, I’m surprised she still gets invited!  Your family must be very nice.

Post # 9
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: September 2018

I was the centre of some drama at a wedding once.  I should add that we were all very young, so jealousy was rife.  The bride and groom have subsequently separated and are getting divorced.

I ended up chatting with and having half a dance with the brother of the groom, perfectly innocently and he and his girlfriend had a fight about it.  They ended up leaving town early because of the whole thing, she thought I was coming on to him. I only found out a few months later.

At the same wedding I had a flirt with a guy who was friends of the bride, he subsequently ended up dating her sister for a couple of months.  We were both single at the time.  A few months after that I bumped into the bride (my friend) in the street.  She hadn’t talked to me for ages but I didn’t know why.  Apparently it was because I was “all over him and still am”.  I wasn’t.  I hadn’t even seen him since the wedding.  I was tee total, so I know for a fact I didn’t do anything awful.  And whilst I apologised that what I did hurt her I wasn’t going to apologise for a flirt.  Especially since I ended up hooking up with my ex (who was my ex at the time) that night.

Was all really bizarre.  But at the time when I found out I was at the centre of all this, I felt awful.

Post # 11
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Buzzing bee

@Cecilia37: &

@kim14410:  Everybody always forgives and forgets, but I am not capable of forgetting.  I am so scared she’s gonna try this at my wedding, so I plan to make sure I have a talk with my uncle beforehand to make sure she doesn’t, or she’ll be removed. 

Post # 12
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

  This wasn’t drama, per se, but it was one of the oddest things I have seen at a wedding. My cousin got married a few years ago (it’s a cousin that I don’t see that often). Her wedding was held at a country club and the reception was going to be directly afterwards. They had the bar open before the wedding, but kept it open during the ceremony! People kept going up for drinks while she and her husband were saying their vows! That seemed strange to me. Later that night, my other cousin and her husband told her parents that they were expecting their first child. My cousin wasn’t drinking, and that is highly unlike her. They definitely stole some of the thunder with that announcement. I thought that was kind of a mean thing to do…after all, they could have said something a day or two beforehand.

Post # 13
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

my aunt and uncle started a small food fight… well not that big because they were throwing it at our table.. laughing and we were telling them to stop and they kept going egging on the kids. thankfully the bride and groom had stepped out for some pictures and didnt know! I WAS SO MAD. that night i decided they will NOT be invited to my wedding- this was two years ago. and. they are not. even though my dad thinks thats not polite. I DONT CARE. your actions are what causes other people to make choices. YOU are not going to be able to potentionally ruin my day! sorry. 

By the way he is actually my dads cousin, not my uncle and its his “wife” they have lived together since i was like 8 but never married. and they are crazy.

 @Pinksapphire  OMG!!!! I cant believe that aunt! I cant believe people continue to invite her! wow! and HAHA omg she poopped her pants? eeeeek hahahahah

Post # 14
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: April 2014

@Pinksapphire: it must have been a nightmare for the bride & groom but it cracks me up to think of the crazy aunt showing up in all the wedding photos!

I hit my growth spurt early and always looked MUCH older than my age when I was a kid. I was at my older cousin’s wedding and one of his uncles (not related to me) started coming on to me. My aunt saw it and said, “Steve! She’s 11!” I didn’t even realize what was going on, I was so young.

Post # 15
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: September 2018

@kim14410: Drama – I know!!  Lol.  Tee total means I wasn’t drinking alcohol (I went about 2 years without a drop) maybe it’s a british phrase?

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