Worst. Wedding. Ever.

posted 3 years ago in Beehive
Post # 2
5213 posts
Bee Keeper

babeba:  My wedding went pretty well, overall. As far as I know, there weren’t any insurmountable problems. Maybe there were, and I just never heard about them — ha, ha! The biggest thing that went wrong is that “Aunt Flo” paid me a visit just in time for my wedding. When I had to be standing up in front of all these people wearing a gigantic … WHITE … dress! Ugh. Plus, I was feeling awful and cramping horribly all during the ceremony and reception afterward. Which makes being nice to people and smiling all the time a struggle. Not to mention that our wedding night was not very fun. =( My husband didn’t say half of his vows, either. Because he didn’t realize he had to repeat after the preacher. Even though we had practiced it three times at rehearsal. I look back on all of it now and laugh, though.

We had beautiful weather for our wedding. But, the day after we got married, it started raining. And it rained — hard — for about a week straight. At the time, we lived in an area that didn’t get a ton of rain. There was a river near our wedding venue, and the whole thing flooded. This was a venue that pretty much stayed fully booked all year round. So the people that had the weekend after us totally got flooded out. I’ve often thought about them (even though I have no idea who they were) and hoped everything worked out OK for them.

Post # 3
8988 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2012

The worst we had was our officiant. He was a personal friend to both my husband and I and he met with us the day before the wedding. We specifically told him we wanted a family prayer, for him to say a few nice things, but we didn’t want anything religious. Us being atheists is not a surprise or a secret from him.<br /><br />When we got up to him on our wedding day, he gave a 45 minute sermon.<br /><br />I was pretty pissed off at the time, but now I laugh about it.

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Post # 4
3905 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

Our officiant called DH by the wrong name. DH and I noticed but when I brought it up to a few people later in the night, no one else seemed to catch it 🙂

Post # 5
216 posts
Helper bee

I walked ‘down the aisle’ too fast and almost tripped, my hair looked a bit bad, people didn’t honour the ‘no phones’ request, the menu got changed last minute, music was too quiet during ceremony, and they forgot all about our music during dinner.<br />Such little things! I was very lucky.


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