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Bride Arrested After Brawl Breaks Out at Her Wedding

What Wedding Disasters Have You Witnessed?

Missing grooms? Runaway brides? Drunken bridesmaids? Wedding disasters are the plot of every rom-com that utters "I do." Most so-called disasters in real life are mere faux pas, but one bride found herself at the center of attention when a brawl broke out her reception, and police were called to the scene.

Not only was a blast of pepper spray ineffective at dispersing guests, but it also caused them to turn on the cops, ending with the bride, an officer, and her arrest. Let's just say, it was her big day but for all the wrong reasons.

Most of today's achingly planned weddings lack the spontaneity for crimes and misdemeanors, but no wedding is perfect (even if we're supposed to say it was). So what's the worst thing you've seen on the best day of a couple's life?

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Kim15368352 Kim15368352 3 years
THE MOTHER OF ALL WEDDING FAILURES Our June wedding happen to fall on one of the hottest days on record. But that in itself was not the problem. No, I'm no bridezilla, expecting a perfect day, for the perfect wedding, but the idiocy of some people can exasperate any already fragile situation. I could sweat it out, because I just wanted to get married. But my Husband's best man, just had to break the rules. At the rehearsal the wedding planner made it perfectly clear that it was illegal to throw rice at the wedding. To do so, was unhealthy and inhumane to all the little English sparrows that flock to nibble on the grains. Once expanded in their tiny tummies, rice was none to kill these avian wonders. But Husband's jackass for a friend thought he found a way to circumvent the rules. As left the church he showered me with uncooked popcorn kernels as I left the church. The heat, combined with the little birds high body temperature spelled disaster for me and death to the little birds. Worst of all, was the pooping noise the little birds made when the exploded in midair. At first I thought it was the sound of gunshots, and the blood and guts splattered on my Vera Wang were from bullet wounds. I went into hysterics, and my new mother in-law feinted. When the kayas subsided, I truly looked like a ‘bloody Valentine'! What a terrible day.
danakscully64 danakscully64 6 years
Just a little :P
bluesarahlou bluesarahlou 6 years
Ya think? :rotfl: Thankfully I went to the wedding with another friend, and we were able to share in the shocking disaster.
danakscully64 danakscully64 6 years
^^^ Wow, what a DRAMA QUEEN!
bluesarahlou bluesarahlou 6 years
I went to a friends wedding out of state, and we were driving around in the limo, stopping at various places. Stopped at the mother in laws house, and my friend took a drag off her cigarette. Bride found out, had a meltdown, declared she was getting an annulment since he'd promised never to smoke again. Her cousin (who was wasted) decided that was a great time to tell the bride she was a bad mother. Stopped at a gas station, where she planted herself in the grass and refused to leave or get in the limo with my friend. She took off in a friends car, after the limo driver said their time was up. Had to call my friends parents (at around 1am), since his dad was probably the only person that could talk them down. They got back together, but the marriage only lasted a few years. Shocking!
danakscully64 danakscully64 6 years
Lavinie - I wonder if that was the fault of the couple or if people showed up who weren't invited/didn't RSVP.
Autumns_Elegy Autumns_Elegy 6 years
I routinely bar tend at weddings so I've seen it all. I've seen missing brides, stoned mothers, bridesmaids throwing up, couples who are not the least bit interested in each other. I've seen people defacing money because they forgot a wedding gift, guests passing out in the bushes. Guests stealing, punch ups, and many many dresses ripped, torn, stained or otherwise ruined. Of course when everything goes to plan the staff consider it boring!! :p
Lavinie Lavinie 6 years
went to a wedding where the hall had reached the maximum capacity and the place called the fire department and shut down the wedding -the bride and groom never got to dance, eat, or even say hello to people.. no one did.
amber512 amber512 6 years
Wow, I need to attend some more interesting weddings as the only ones I have been to have been very run of the mill.
fuzzles fuzzles 6 years
Not a disaster, but definitely unexpected. The ring bearer and the flower girl were both about 4 years old. Both were also carrying teddy bears. Right in the middle of the vows and standing directly behind the bride and groom, they began pummelling the stuffing out of one another with their bears. Everyone had a great laugh, but the two little ones were separated for the rest of the ceremony!
snarkypants snarkypants 6 years
i was at a wedding where the bride got up and basically told everybody that she was too good for the groom.
Dragonflye Dragonflye 6 years
I went to a wedding where the mother-of-the-groom was medicated for anxiety... She stood up at the reception to make a speech and told everyone that when she first met the bride, she thought she was a lesbian. This would have been bad enough, but the speech continued and she then said that they had always wished that her son would marry the girl next door, (who actually IS a lesbian).
postmodernsleaze postmodernsleaze 6 years
The man who performed the ceremony at my half-sister's wedding talked just like Elmer Fudd (no joke). She couldn't contain herself and spent the entire ceremony uncontrollably giggling. It was pretty funny, but took all seriousness out of it!
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