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  • I'll be your Stumbleine
    I'll be your Stumbleine Il y a 18 jours +1998

    My friend Damaris technically had "trash" as one of her main focal points, but it was beautiful. Her husband kept every receipt/ ticket/ note that they ever had from dates since being together. They made paper cranes out of them and that was hung as like a little garland at the altar. It was really special.

    • zammy my
      zammy my Il y a 8 jours

      Thats not trash

    • Addie-Eileen Paige
      Addie-Eileen Paige Il y a 11 jours

      That's a beautiful way to incorporate "trash" into a wedding.

    • Fox Buns
      Fox Buns Il y a 12 jours +1

      Damaris is a lovely name💕

    • Erin Lopez
      Erin Lopez Il y a 14 jours

      That's cool 😍

    • Pam Brown
      Pam Brown Il y a 15 jours +1

      That’s actually pretty cool. Wearing a “hat” on your head made out of a styrofoam cup someone drank out of? Hmmm….. not so cute. Actually really gross, and I would have told the bride “not only no, but HELL NO!”. It would have been a deal breaker for me. Just because you’re cheap doesn’t mean I am going to go along with it, and wear someone else trash on my head, lol. You can be cheap AND cute, even elegant. No need to go dumpster diving to decorate your wedding.

  • S O
    S O Il y a 18 jours +466

    I'm the youngest. I witnessed my siblings costly wedding disasters (destination weddings, too) that cost them easily 50K minimum each. Everything that could go wrong, went wrong including several ER visits during the receptions, including my own visit to the ER when I picked up a centerpiece and it shattered in my hand needing 12 stitches and the grooms mother who slipped on the dance floor breaking her arm.
    I was reluctant to plan our wedding after some of these extravagant weddings ended in disaster. Five years after our engagement my husband asked me AGAIN to marry him. I got the point but explained I didn't want a wedding.
    We waited for all our family to arrive into town for Christmas and surprised them with the news that "we're getting married tomorrow". We eloped at the courthouse on "doomsday" 12-21-2012, fitting considering my family's traditional disaster wedding theme. The judge said before the vows "If the world doesn't end today, you know you're still married, right?" It got a big laugh from all of us. This year is our 10 year wedding anniversary and officially we've been together 20 years total, as of our anniversary.
    I wouldn't have changed a thing. It didn't cost us a dime as my family took pictures, bought a bouquet and paid for the license, my father took us all out to a fine dining restaurant afterwards and we went back to our home drank and danced the night away. The best part of all was the wedding gift we received 9 months later, our beautiful daughter.

    • Cortney
      Cortney Il y a 12 jours +1

      Lol we see why you had that “tomorrow” wedding 😉 jk jk congrats

    • Dylana Davis
      Dylana Davis Il y a 15 jours +1

      I'm sorry. I was supposed to end the world (running joke with my family and former coworkers as my bday is the 21st) I just decided to wait a bit longer!

    • Silver Moon
      Silver Moon Il y a 15 jours

      I too got hospitalized at my dad's wedding and I was apart of the wedding party 🤣 this is exactly why the fiance and I have decided that we will just get married when we visit his dad and step mom because we want a little secret between us and his dad/step mom 🤣🤣

    • Irini
      Irini Il y a 16 jours +1

      Your wedding sounds really nice 😊

    • Stop & Watch
      Stop & Watch Il y a 16 jours +2

      Wow that's all so crazy!

  • June Marie Weaver
    June Marie Weaver Il y a 18 jours +418

    I used to work at the most high-end country club in our city and worked countless fabulous weddings. One wedding was all McDonald’s themed! The bride and groom were senior citizens and had first met at McDonald’s. It wasn’t trashy due to the venue but so silly and cute for them.

    • xDarkTrinityx
      xDarkTrinityx Il y a 18 jours +16

      I think if it's done to commemorate a part of your relationship together, it can be more wholesome than trashy.
      It's not really wedding related, but my dad's side of the family would have a family picnic every summer (pre-covid of course). My grandpa, dad and uncle were usually the first there to set everything up and my grandpa was known for always grabbing breakfast and a coffee from McDonalds most days. My dad would always stop at McDonalds before the picnic to pick up food for the 3 of them and any of us kids if we decided to tag along. Since my grandpa passed, it's still been the thing to go early to set up and grab some McDonalds on the way.

    • Jane Jones
      Jane Jones Il y a 18 jours +26

      Exactly. The red solo cup/tailgate could have been cute. Maybe they met at a tailgating party for a favorite sports team. But the rest of the story didn't sound so cute though.

  • LostSoulDX
    LostSoulDX Il y a 18 jours +519

    My husband and I got married in our living room. We played Cards Against Humanity while eating cake with friends afterward. Then we rounded it out by going for sushi. Honestly it was a great time.

    • Amanda Johns
      Amanda Johns Il y a 11 jours +1

      We got married in our living room too. We had BBQ for dinner under a rented tent in the backyard. A coworker made our cake and desserts, and we just hung out with our immediate family and closest friends (maybe 24 people, including two photographers who were friends of my SiL). My mother officiated :)

    • Syringe and Cupcake
      Syringe and Cupcake Il y a 13 jours

      Most imp thing about marraige is you guys are happy.

    • audrey beitel
      audrey beitel Il y a 16 jours +1

      Finally someone else who got married in their living room!!! Had a few friends over (one of them officiated), ate pizza, got drunk and had a great time. Didn’t even have to dress up. We’ve been together 8 years and still have no regrets.

    • LostSoulDX
      LostSoulDX Il y a 18 jours +3

      @George Johnson That's amazing! My husband and I got married on our 15 year anniversary. Been together over 20 years now. I couldn't have asked for a better partner in life. I hope you have many more years with yours!

    • George Johnson
      George Johnson Il y a 18 jours +6

      After 10 years together, we both got up one day, "You want to get married?", "Yeah OK!". So we went out and ordered proper wedding rings, next week we got the marriage license ordered, put on our suits on and then jumped in a taxi ( true story, the taxi driver said, "You look smart, you going to a wedding?", "Yes actually, it's ours!", he just laughed! ). Sunny Tuesday afternoon, we arrived at the council offices, had to ask a secretary from the office next door to witness it and take a photo of us! Then had to wait 30 mins to order a taxi home, we had Pizza Hut delivered for our evening meal as a treat. That was 20 years ago now and I love my wife more and more each passing day.

  • Dani Suzette
    Dani Suzette Il y a 18 jours +909

    Nieces wedding was basically free.
    Dress white satin w/red trim (it was beautiful) she bought at David's Bridal after prom sale for $50, location was a gazebo by the beach (Galveston) . Chairs and tables were borrowed from the bar I worked at as a DJ so I was also their DJ and photographer for the ceremony, they asked all the guests for copies of the photos they took of the reception, my sister and I made the cake, best man's dad was the officiant. It was BYOB but it turned out nice. You can be cheap without being trashy. They were married for 15 years.

    • Agnes Mina
      Agnes Mina Il y a 16 jours

      @Dani Suzette very fair, it just sucks. At least they made it to 15 years, my parents only made it to... 3? I was 2 when they divorced. They're wedding wasn't a mess or anything - except for the bit where my paternal grandmother is actually a dragon and she forbade my mom to invite her best friend because she had some years long fued with her family 🤦‍♀️ My 34 y/o ass sees that as a huge red flag, but my mom was a naive 22-23 y/o with an emotionally somewhat abusive mom herself, she couldn't have known any better 😔

    • Dani Suzette
      Dani Suzette Il y a 17 jours +1

      @Agnes Mina yes but it didn't have anything to do with the wedding. Turns out they were both too lazy to work

    • Agnes Mina
      Agnes Mina Il y a 17 jours

      Awww, you mean they divorced after 15?

    • shirley kutzner
      shirley kutzner Il y a 18 jours

      It's called being frugal when your cheap but not trashy.

    • Tiffany Clark- Grove
      Tiffany Clark- Grove Il y a 18 jours

      @Dani Suzette so good🤓💖

  • Phoenix Cabernet
    Phoenix Cabernet Il y a 18 jours +68

    I was in high school and one of my classmates asked me to be her maid of honor. She was 7-months pregnant and her wedding dress was a white housedress that she had sown on lace to "dress it up". She was 17-years-old at the time and the groom-to-be was 15-years-old. At the wedding, family members were drunk from drinking beer all morning, and they continually smoked cigarettes, even through the ceremony. Her groom was stoned and could barely form words. Her drunk dad stood by with his loaded shotgun (literally). It was a bit surreal. By the time we graduated high school, she was still married and had at least two kids. Her husband was in jail for dealing drugs. I never stayed in touch after high school, but from what I understand (it's a small town), she divorced him, went to college, and really has a good life. Congrats to her in spite of a trashy wedding!

    • B Hart
      B Hart Il y a 11 jours

      Lemme guess, SWEET HOME ALABAMA!

    • Teresa
      Teresa Il y a 17 jours +8

      That is how things used to be. If there was a baby on the way. You "had to" get married. I am 64, and I get so irritated with people my age who want to go back to these days.

    • Phoenix Cabernet
      Phoenix Cabernet Il y a 18 jours +6

      @Trench15398642_14 Yeah! Though they were minors, the courts allowed it because of parental consent! Crazy!!! Though I signed the marriage certificate as Maid of Honor, I'm not sure if it was truly legal. That's only what they told me.

    • Trench15398642_14
      Trench15398642_14 Il y a 18 jours +9

      15. He was 15...

  • Real Life Reddells
    Real Life Reddells Il y a 18 jours +269

    See, I’m kind of agreeing with your assessment: If the wedding goes horribly wrong, there might be some issues, but…
    My wife & I have been married for almost 22 years & the worst thing that happened to us was the mystery of the missing wedding ring… My wife’s sister was the maid of honor & was responsible for keeping track of my wedding ring (no cute kids in our family at that point, so no ring bearer). We get to the ring exchange & my best man hands the ring for my bride to the preacher, he says a few things, hands it to me, & I slip it onto her finger, repeat after the preacher, yadayadayada. Then he turns to the maid of honor & her face goes pale, but she hands “something” to him anyway. His eyes go wide, but he shakes it off, says a few things, then hands “something” to my wife & mouths “don’t react”. She looks at her hand & quickly stands up straight, but locks eyes with me, slides “something” onto my ring finger, & repeats after the preacher.
    Then she pulled her hand back & I felt my naked finger. No ring. We went on with the rest of the wedding, I even played guitar & sang a song I’d written for her. After we walked out of the wedding, my wife & I were in the foyer waiting for the rest of the bridal party to join us. The maid of honor hits the foyer & BOLTS for the dressing room. She comes sprinting back & hands my wife the actual ring, which was very sweetly slipped onto my finger (it was a very cool moment). But the best was when the preacher came out, took the hand of the maid of honor with great concern & says, “You know, since there was no ring, they’re not ACTUALLY married…” She was panicked but everyone else was crying laughing.
    So I would amend the assessment: If you react poorly when things go wrong at your wedding, that may not bode well for the marriage.

    • Cora
      Cora Il y a 9 jours +3

      This happened to my cousin too. Her sister, notoriously forgetful, was her maid of honor. It wasn't the ring she forgot though, she forgot the vows, which the couple had written themselves. So she turned to the flower girl, who was utterly adorable and sent her to retrieve them while everyone waited. My cousin has been married 10 years now and we still all laugh over the cuteness of the flower girl bolting through the church and my very forgetful cousin. Nothing is ever perfect, and mistakes don't break us. Sometimes they simply make the day even more memorable.

    • Real Life Reddells
      Real Life Reddells Il y a 15 jours +10

      @Angelica Duncan
      We met Saturday, July 1st, 2000 (she knew that night we would get married).
      Had “the talk” (defining the relationship) Tuesday, July 4th.
      I figured out she was the rest of my life Friday, July 7th (I was boarding a plane & realized I had zero desire to be anywhere she wasn’t).
      I proposed on August 21, 2000.
      We were married on March 17, 2001.
      So we’ve been together almost 22 years, married for 21. Lived in 2 states, 4 cities, 2 apartments, 3 houses, & we now have 3 kids & 3 dogs. Life is crazy but we’d have it no other way!

    • Angelica Duncan
      Angelica Duncan Il y a 16 jours +3

      I LOVE THIS SO MUCH!!!! 😭♥️🙏🙏 How long have you been married?

    • ErIka Russell
      ErIka Russell Il y a 18 jours +2

      @astha jindal right?! It gave me tears.

    • ErIka Russell
      ErIka Russell Il y a 18 jours +6

      Well put!!! It's all about the perspective.

  • Stan Watt
    Stan Watt Il y a 18 jours +335

    I attended a wedding with horsedrawn carriages, white doves flying off after shitting on everyone and helicopters. A 9 pound 8-ounce baby was born six months later to the "proud virgin bride". A divorce followed within twelve months and the father had wasted £45K. LOL

    • TheSarahskaninchen
      TheSarahskaninchen Il y a 17 jours

      Yeah i mean honestly a Lot of brides and grooms arent virgins and they havent been for decades and even all of time probably :D

    • Adopt-a-Pet
      Adopt-a-Pet Il y a 17 jours

      @acidnova for the doves to shit on them... just guessing 😂

    • Adopt-a-Pet
      Adopt-a-Pet Il y a 17 jours

      Oops...

    • Golden_Leader 92
      Golden_Leader 92 Il y a 18 jours +3

      @Charmain Gibbens You're a genius in marketing strategies!

    • acidnova
      acidnova Il y a 18 jours +7

      @Synthia McBride Ooh, free helicopters! And some fool payed 45k for theirs!

  • Clytemnestra Closet
    Clytemnestra Closet Il y a 18 jours +114

    The wedding venue was a tar paper shack, the home of the grooms friend who’s last name was Parson and also the officiant, so we called him parson Parson. The groom wore jeans and a flannel shirt, the bride torn leggings and an oversized sweatshirt, all black.The witnesses were the grooms two daughters, they were curled up on a ratty sofa giggling. The vows were made up on the spot, groom went first, it was sweet and the bride just said ditto. Afterwards the party went to have pizza and beer at a nearby establishment, no reservations made. After the meal the happy couple went their separate ways, as they didn’t live together, or even in the same town, she got her period as well. This was my wedding, it was 26 years ago and we’re still madly in love, I wouldn’t have had it any other way, I hate weddings.

    • Clytemnestra Closet
      Clytemnestra Closet Il y a 17 jours +3

      @Poietes No worries! I just added the period tidbit because I thought it was hilarious. And thank you about my name, I use it for my Etsy shop, so why not here too? Be well!

    • Poietes
      Poietes Il y a 17 jours +4

      @Clytemnestra Closet thanks for that even though I kind of put you on the spot 🙄. Love your user name, by the way. Unfortunately, Clytemnestra was always overshadowed by her sister sister, but I've always viewed her as being stronger than Helen, but other of them hadthe best taste in men.....

    • Clytemnestra Closet
      Clytemnestra Closet Il y a 17 jours +4

      ​@Poietes Ha! No, it was not a just in case situation, he had already had a vasectomy, so there were no babies in our future. We did move in together a year later when I sold my house and secured employment in his town where we still live.

    • Poietes
      Poietes Il y a 18 jours +5

      I'm really not trying to be sense, but was the wedding a just in case situation (before you got your period)? And did you later live together? None of my business, I understand. Just curious.

    • Stacy Strine
      Stacy Strine Il y a 18 jours +15

      This just proves that it doesn't matter how much money u spend, how many ppl attend, or even where a ceremony is held... Ur celebrating love. I love this story!!! Continued blessings to u and ur husband

  • Tavia S.
    Tavia S. Il y a 18 jours +489

    A “friend” bought her dress from hot topic. It was a costume dress. They said vows. It was done at the park. The man she married had invited both of his ex wife and his ex girlfriend. They both showed up. Not at all awkward. He continues to stay In touch and he sends flirtatious and suggestive texts and emails. This woman continues to take it. The whole thing was just weird and continues to be weird.

    • Angelica Duncan
      Angelica Duncan Il y a 16 jours

      I am dying laughing 😭😂🤧♥️♥️

    • ErIka Russell
      ErIka Russell Il y a 17 jours

      @Stephanie Boggs fair enough, she's grown and can make her own poor choices. Lol

    • Stephanie Boggs
      Stephanie Boggs Il y a 17 jours +2

      @ErIka Russell I mean hey at least you warned her

    • Stephanie Boggs
      Stephanie Boggs Il y a 17 jours +1

      Wtf

    • ErIka Russell
      ErIka Russell Il y a 18 jours +1

      @Autumn leaves fully. Effing. Agree. I have exes who were better as friends, and my future husband has exes who are good friends with him. Hell, I even drop him off at her place to do work on her house for her. She's a single mom and he's not only a Mr. Fixit, but he's an electrician. I trust him implicitly. Just like he trusts me with mine. If you cannot trust your partner, then you shouldn't be with them... however, my ex husband and I didn't end on good terms, why he would want be at his wedding is beyond me. I recently saw him and all he did was stand over me and grin like he owned me... it was weird to say the least.

  • caseymac MacL
    caseymac MacL Il y a 18 jours +589

    It was the bride who was trashy, not the wedding. Her elderly, fiercely Scottish, uncle took a big box up to the bride's table. It contained a stunning full Scottish outfit for a woman, made in their family clan tartan. It was beautiful. The bride took one look at it, shoved the lid back on and literally pushed the box onto the floor before launching into a tirade about how this is the first day of her future and he's trying to drag her back into the past and essentially disowned most of her blood relations before shrieking like a banshee. screaming that he'd ruined her day, and running into a back room. I stopped speaking to her a few months after that. She tried to contact me through her brother online about 15 years later only this time apparently I am the one who ruined her wedding. I shut that crap down quick. The joke's on her though. That uncle had actually put a cheque for $20.000 in the sporran of the outfit she threw back at him. THAT was his actual gift to her. The tartan outfit was just his sentimental way of delivering it. That money could have changed their lives. This was back in the late 80s. The bride was truly named Karen. She was one of the originals.

    • caseymac MacL
      caseymac MacL Il y a 13 jours

      @Patricia Sigaki He was heartbroken. The family was huge! Not one person stood beside the bride in this except her new hobby ... uh ... Hubby! and his family. THEY were eating it up!

    • Patricia Sigaki
      Patricia Sigaki Il y a 13 jours +1

      One of the originals 😂
      The poor uncle was probably heartbroken though. Hope he had a large and loving family.

    • Ash Maybe
      Ash Maybe Il y a 13 jours

      @Belle.Seattle Have fun! Take a rain coat and be sure to have a midgie net for your head or Smidge.

    • Dylana Davis
      Dylana Davis Il y a 15 jours +1

      Man, I'd have loved that. I probably wouldn't have kept the cheque though. I hate when people give me money.

    • missanne
      missanne Il y a 15 jours +1

      Oh, wow. Even as a kid I pretended to like gifts when I really didn't to not make the gift-giver feel bad. My mother gave me some horrendous sweaters...

  • Allan Deal
    Allan Deal Il y a 18 jours +48

    I went to a nudists wedding once yep you read that right I’m a normal kinda of man so I never read the invitation properly 😂 so I turned up dressed in a suit oh well it’s something I will never forget for the rest of my life. FYI people dancing naked is hilarious 😆😂😆

    • sunnysolaris23 Bakerstreet
      sunnysolaris23 Bakerstreet Il y a 15 jours +4

      @Purple Nonsense Coming from a country where, for some reason, people just really enjoy taking their clothes off in summer at the beach, I can ensure you that the confidence is coming quickly once you realize that all the other naked people around you are no supermodels either. At first you think you'll be getting stared at but then you quickly realize that nobody really cares. It really is quite liberating.

    • Purple Nonsense
      Purple Nonsense Il y a 17 jours +3

      @Allan Deal that does make sense :)))

    • Allan Deal
      Allan Deal Il y a 17 jours +4

      @Purple Nonsense I’m not the most confident person as well no one really is and I have never done anything like it before, this is going to sound a bit shallow but it makes you feel better when you figure out you haven’t got the worst figure there 😂😂😂

    • Purple Nonsense
      Purple Nonsense Il y a 17 jours +3

      @Allan Deal good for you! I aspire to have the body confidence nudists have!

    • Allan Deal
      Allan Deal Il y a 17 jours +6

      @Purple Nonsense of course 😂 they had the no clothes no go rule 😂😂😂

  • pantheratigris00
    pantheratigris00 Il y a 18 jours +46

    My husband and I got married the tattoo studio we own, while getting tattooed with our initials (exact same initials, so it works no matter what hahaha). I dont like public speaking so our vows were each others phone numbers, because no one remembers phone numbers anymore. Oh, and our official was another tattoo artist/friend named Francis and he dressed up as the Pope 🤣. We are indeed still married 4 years later and I still find every moment hilarious to look back on. 🤣

  • Katira-Lynn Wolf
    Katira-Lynn Wolf Il y a 18 jours +73

    My husband and I got married on Halloween day back in 2018, we wanted a Gothic Victorian wedding, so just for the heck of it to try to balance our budget a bit I went on eBay not thinking seriously about getting lucky and actually finding anything decent and to my surprise I not only found my husband’s suit in black and silver Victorian, I also was drawn to this absolutely gorgeous jet black Gothic Victorian Lace wedding dress with angel wing sleeves. Something just drew me to this dress, so I bought it and gave my correct size etc. etc. not even 24 hours later I got an email from the lady who hand makes these dresses, an Asian lady who told me that because I was American and bigger she wanted my exact measurements. This sweet wonderful lady gave me the exact things I needed to measure in her email and I emailed her back with the measurements she wanted, she also wanted the date of our wedding to make sure she got it to me on time. Not only did she get it to me on time but she got it to me a month before our wedding! This dress is the most beautiful Gothic Victorian wedding dress I could’ve ever dreamed of!
    The wedding itself was at my brother-in-law‘s apartment in a Victorian building and he was ordained online and saw over our wedding. There were smiles and laughter and silly little things that happened like when my son was walking me down the aisle to give me away my brother-in-law and his wife had a little plastic knight statue that somehow managed to get caught on the train of my wedding dress lol, when my son got the knight statue off of my dress, it somehow managed to decapitate the single red rose he had been carrying ( I gave everyone in the wedding party a single red rose that matched my Bouquet of red roses) the head of the rose ended up hitching a ride on my train for a couple feet before my son saw it and grabbed it lol! 😂
    The reception was held at my in-laws beautiful home and I forgot about throwing the bouquet lol! I still have it to this day. It was honestly the most beautiful and best wedding we could have ever dreamed of having, with laughter, silly Oopsies and just overall happiness to be had. 🥰😊😂🥰♥️ oh! And our wedding photographers were our young nieces and nephews and my sister-in-law who is also my MOH. The pictures and videos turned out adorable and beautiful!🖤❤️🖤❤️

    • KT Kilntime
      KT Kilntime Il y a 8 jours

      What a lovely story!!

    • B Hart
      B Hart Il y a 11 jours

      Did you have truly gothic music or are we talking Panic @ the Disco & NIN?

    • Katira-Lynn Wolf
      Katira-Lynn Wolf Il y a 18 jours

      @K. H. I wish I could link the pics here, all my pics I have are on my Iphone.

    • Katira-Lynn Wolf
      Katira-Lynn Wolf Il y a 18 jours +2

      @Greasy Pizza I don’t remember who we got the suit from but I should be able to find both people from my purchase history.😊 Will look it up tomorrow for ya.

    • K. H.
      K. H. Il y a 18 jours +4

      Ooooh, I would die to see some photos of this. 🥰🥰

  • Kitty Oates
    Kitty Oates Il y a 18 jours +274

    I attended the wedding of my ex sister-in-law and when she walked in, my jaw dropped. She was wearing the same dress she wore to marry my brother!

    • Jessica Snider
      Jessica Snider Il y a 18 jours

      Good for her for up threading her wedding dress!

    • acidnova
      acidnova Il y a 18 jours +1

      @K March The third R is reduce and she's been married/divorced three times so I don't think she's following that one very much!

    • acidnova
      acidnova Il y a 18 jours +1

      @Kitty Oates Hang on, so was her marriage to your brother her second wedding? Is there a chance she also wore that same dress to her first wedding?

    • K March
      K March Il y a 18 jours +3

      @Marie Pondue 2.0 Reuse and recycle are only two R's.

    • Poietes
      Poietes Il y a 18 jours +2

      My ex mil and sil both attended my second wedding. I remained very close to them even after the divorce. When I sent them their invitations, I included notes to the effect that I still considered them family and would love for them to attend if they felt comfortable doing so; they both came, and my sil brought her husband and kids. It meant so much to me. My mil was probably one of the most important people in my life and remained so until the day she died. I spoke at her service. This might seem weird to some, but not to me. Family is what you make it.

  • Christopher Sanders
    Christopher Sanders Il y a 18 jours +41

    My parents wedding was hilariously terrible, and they are still in love 40 years later. (one of those annoying love at first sight couples. ) Highlights- It was 111 Fahrenheit and they had no cold water so everyone was drinking the iced beers to stay cool. Lots of tipsy people- by necessity not choice. Grandmother of the bride had baked a beautiful cake, but when she entered her kitchen the morning of the wedding to ice it a big chunk had fallen out! She ended up replacing the fallen piece with styrofoam and iced over it. Forgot to tell anyone. Mom and Dad go to cut the cake and can't get the knife through the foam. Wedding cakes don't resist or squeak when cut very often.

    • Fairyspun Fibers
      Fairyspun Fibers Il y a 18 jours +5

      Bahahaha! Styrofoam...! 😅 Oh, Lord, ha' mercy!

  • LadyCaylith
    LadyCaylith Il y a 18 jours +141

    I eloped with my old man. over 20 years later, still going strong. Wedding drama? Nope, pass. We saw VERY early on that getting my family and his in a venue together without bloodshed might prove problematic.. so....... yup.. justice of the peace here we go!

    • Natalie DeLacey
      Natalie DeLacey Il y a 18 jours +1

      ♥️♥️ Good on you guys! Congrats!♥️♥️ Same here! Oil & water families and we were bicoastal, so barely anyone would even consider traveling even halfway! New Year's Eve we went to the marriage commissioners home and did it with his parents as witnesses! Celebrating our silver anniversary this December!2️⃣5️⃣🎉🎉

    • Lonely Pluto
      Lonely Pluto Il y a 18 jours +1

      Honestly, if I ever get the opportunity to get married, I'll elope tbh

    • Mel W
      Mel W Il y a 18 jours +4

      That is the way. I did the same and we are at 29 years. You chose well. Weddings are terrible.

  • Vernie Plummer
    Vernie Plummer Il y a 18 jours +21

    Charlotte, I'm a long-time hunter and also a trained chef. The health risks of eating meat that is not properly cleaned are numerous. As you mentioned, the animal will certainly explode if the organs are not removed. All that poo is full of E-coli and various other noxious bacteria. It just goes on and on. The way this is avoided is by doing something called field dressing (when hunting). The same procedure is accomplished at the factory if it is store-bought meat. The abdomen is carefully split open and the intestines, stomach, kidneys, liver, lungs, and everything other than meat attached to bone is removed. This too can be dangerous if not done correctly, as cutting into the stomach or intestines will contaminate the meat and make the whole animal inedible. What those people did is beyond amateurish, and just plain stupid. The funniest thing is that this method has been practiced since the dawn of time, or ever since people started cooking meat. Even a cave man knew better than these guys!

    • acidnova
      acidnova Il y a 18 jours +2

      These people are definitely the first to die in a zombie apocalypse but totally think they'd be the survivors

  • K Kinner
    K Kinner Il y a 18 jours +11

    Vows aren't supposed to be "I love you so much you're so amazing." They are supposed to be vows because you WON'T always feel that way about eachother and people change and you need something greater than how you felt that one day, holding your marriage together.

    • Melissa Blackwood
      Melissa Blackwood Il y a 17 jours

      Found the hidden gem, deep in the comments section!

  • Elizabeth Grogan
    Elizabeth Grogan Il y a 18 jours +94

    I went to the wedding of a junior staff member. During the vows, the bride's drunken father rose to "speak". I couldn't understand a word he said. He tripped and fell on his daughter, ripping her dress from the waist down. He was helped out, shouting his anger. We managed to repair the dress (somewhat) and the vows continued. Didn't see the father again but the atmosphere was sad because the poor bride felt her day had been ruined.

    • Chubby Bunny
      Chubby Bunny Il y a 18 jours +18

      @Francklie I'm literally in the same boat as you. I don't drink at all, and I don't understand the cult-like culture we have surrounding drinking and getting plastered at events. If I ever get married and actually have a wedding (unlikely as I'll probs just go to the city hall and sign a paper), I'm not bringing alcohol. If people want drinks, they can bring their own. And if they get shit-faced, they can leave. I'm not having a romantic day ruined by someone who thinks their borderline alcoholism is more important than a fun day with friends and family.

    • Francklie
      Francklie Il y a 18 jours +30

      I don't understand why many people consider a wedding as THE best place to get completely drunk. And if they can't get drunk at a wedding, they get angry. I'm single and I don't drink, so I really don't get it, sorry. And sorry for that poor girl, wedding ruined by her own drunk father.

    • Deb Shaw
      Deb Shaw Il y a 18 jours +9

      Poor girl.

  • happychaosofthenorth
    happychaosofthenorth Il y a 18 jours +63

    Not really trashy but I once went to a wedding where it was obvious that over half the wedding budget went to the dress. It was this beautiful strapless mermaid gown with a long train, but the venue was our small town community hall and the decorations were lovely but cheap, not to be judgemental because it really was pretty, but just in comparison to the dress - she looked very out of place, even for her own wedding. For example for the decor, the flowers were made out of tissue paper.
    No shame to her or the wedding decor though, by the way, they were lovely people and didn't have a lot so if having the dress of her dreams meant having to save elsewhere, all the power to her, but this context makes what happened during the ceremony all the more tragic.
    In the middle of the ceremony, the bride's gorgeous strapless mermaid gown of her dreams burst open at the back and her mother spent the entire ceremony literally holding it closed and up and in place to keep it from falling off her completely and it was clear the dress was heavy. I felt so bad for her, I'd feel bad for anyone if that happened to them but it was the only thing they really splurged on for the wedding.

    • Sarah G
      Sarah G Il y a 18 jours +13

      I hope she went back to that dress shop and gave them a piece of her mind!

    • Lucie Melahn
      Lucie Melahn Il y a 18 jours +9

      THat poor girl!

  • Marissa Lepe
    Marissa Lepe Il y a 18 jours +95

    The "solo cup" wedding sounds kind of fun LOL But what do I know? We had a barbacoa taco truck on our wedding and unlimited beer and tequila... It was very fun!

    • Tassie’s Mama
      Tassie’s Mama Il y a 18 jours +4

      @Deb Shaw Nawwww! Charlotte would be totally down for a casual pig roast reception. I think her reaction was because those imbeciles didn’t properly prepare the felony item for roasting….

    • Deb Shaw
      Deb Shaw Il y a 18 jours

      It does sound like fun and the OP, and apparently Charlotte are too good for it.

    • Marissa Lepe
      Marissa Lepe Il y a 18 jours

      @Schatzee One Mmmmm pig roast...

    • Marissa Lepe
      Marissa Lepe Il y a 18 jours

      @Lazy I Ranch LOL we don't like Mariachi music that much XD

    • Sarah G
      Sarah G Il y a 18 jours +2

      That sounds bomb!! Way better than a tiny portion of $100 steak with a cold potato 🥔 👑

  • CRACEY
    CRACEY Il y a 18 jours +13

    My wedding was in my in-laws yard, was cheap, and I was 4 1/2 months pregnant...it sounds kinda trashy, but it really was beautiful! I bought my dress from Sears for $25, my sister's MOH dress for $30, Walmart fake lavender wisteria over a homeade arbor, and my mom made one of the most beautiful and delicious cakes of her pastry chef career....the most expensive thing in my wedding was my boquet because I wanted those flowers to be fresh (white roses and white daisies). We had the ceremony and then a big BBQ. It was a HOT Saturday in June in Natchez, Mississippi and everyone had fun!♡ The funniest thing about the wedding were the gifts... we were both military and lived in dorms until the wedding and we each owned an iron (because we had to iron our BDUs back then)... and we received FIVE irons as gifts. It was coincidence that they all picked basically the same gifts without knowing, and useless gifts because we ended up with 7 irons total 🤣🤣🤣
    Anyway, I guess irons for wedding gifts are good luck, we've been together almost 25 years now. ♡
    We had some rough times, but we IRONED THEM OUT 🤣

  • Belle Rain
    Belle Rain Il y a 18 jours +67

    My parents had a very small potluck wedding. They were married in my grandparents’ backyard (the guests were seated in the shaded parking garage) and my great uncles played the Wedding March with fiddle and accordion!
    31 years strong!

    • crazybiogeek
      crazybiogeek Il y a 18 jours +4

      Weddings can be inexpensive without being "trashy". This sounds lovely.

  • Lisa Seibold
    Lisa Seibold Il y a 18 jours +38

    So it took me all of my years of life to finally pice together the story of my parents wedding since my mother absolutely forbids anybody from talking about it in her presence. Thank god for my menagerie of uncles.
    So first up the „legal“ wedding three months before the „church“ wedding and wedding party: My Mom had caught a cold, still went to work that day and almost wasn’t allowed to leave in time to get to her own wedding because there was a big project coming up and her boss needed her for that. She managed to explain everything and got to the wedding just in time.
    Now the real fun starts: So one day before the „church“ wedding my Dads friends realize he never had a bachelor party. So all those 40 something guy went at it. (My parents got both married really late. Neither of them was married before.) They get back home around 4 to 4:30 am. The guys how were supposed to wake my dad up and help him get ready for the wedding came at 6am. He just told told them were breakfast was and managed to get a whole two hours of sleep. Because church started at around 8 am. So we have a trashed groom who got next to no sleep. Sometimes he wonders if it even counts because he was intoxicated. But only to annoy my mom. They get the church part over and head to the venue. Everybody’s having good time. All is fine and dandy. Until my dad falls asleep at the table. Next to his freshly baked wife and in front of everybody they care about. So yeah. I kinda understand my mom. My dad always says everybody says it was a great wedding except my mom and my grandmother (his mom). They are still married and made 25 years this year. 😅☺️

  • Sunflower Baby
    Sunflower Baby Il y a 18 jours +22

    I could never understand why guests of a wedding thinks its an invitation to get totally drunk. Like this couple spent a lot of time and money planning this event but you think it's a Saturday night out at the club and a right to act foolish. It's a good reason to not have an open bar along with a limited variety of alcohol.

    • Duckeh
      Duckeh Il y a 12 jours +1

      there are people who get pissed if there is no alcohol at all in wedding and it's not "real wedding" and some even refuse to go because of that. I'd say they have problem with alcohol that point.
      my wedding had alcohol but everyone stayed civil. one guy from husband's side was drunk on arrival (3pm) and was being bit gross to some women, like my sister... and his wife being there next to him.

    • Purple Nonsense
      Purple Nonsense Il y a 17 jours +3

      Because for some people the highlight of their year is that they can drink unlimited alcohol for free, which is sad.

  • Michele El
    Michele El Il y a 18 jours +104

    Also! Weirdest wedding i went to took place beside a hotel pool. The pool was open to residents during the wedding and there were kids loudly playing Marco polo while the vows were being read. Maid of honor finally had enough and started yelling at the kids to quiet down as the vows were still being read (almost being shouted to each other at this point). The kids ended up splashing water at her, and she ended up falling in the pool..... the couple are still together though.

    • Megan Fiorilla
      Megan Fiorilla Il y a 16 jours +1

      Should have told them there was free icecream some where random in the hotel .... they would bolt and by the time they get back vows are done... you can get them that icecream later lol

    • DrawciaGleam02
      DrawciaGleam02 Il y a 18 jours +3

      Kids be can rebellious sometimes....and some don't hesitate to push back at an adult they think is rude!😈
      Bride shouldn't have done her vows by the pool.....
      😓

    • Snippets
      Snippets Il y a 18 jours +3

      😂👏👏👏😂

  • Katbee
    Katbee Il y a 18 jours +20

    These are hilarious. Now mind you I got married in a park in July....on a covered bridge. I was beautiful. We only spent a $1000 on our wedding but my hubs had a suit already, I got my dress on sale cuz it was from "last season". My bff's dad had a church so he lent us the chairs and my mom bought our cake. We asked everyone there to bring cameras and take pics for us. We got some amazing pics btw. I used silk flowers for bouquets and the bridal party dresses I got from Ross dress for less during prom season. It was a beautiful day and turned out amazing. You can be frugal and keep it classy too. 😉

  • Komal
    Komal Il y a 18 jours +18

    My parents' had shitshow of a wedding even by Indian standards. My dad's guests ruined a lot of stuff and ate like feral animals, discarding paper plates full of food on sofa cushions and filling up their pockets with sweets. There were fistfights and illegal underaged drinking leading to 2nd degree burns. Electricity being messed up due to rampant abuse of firecrackers lol. My parents have actually evolved into a good caring relationship considering that this was a total arranged marriage. My mom was so angry because her brother arranged it all so well and ny dad's guests just stormed through her village.

  • Simply Wonderful
    Simply Wonderful Il y a 18 jours +7

    My beautiful wife and I had a small wedding in the church, a cake-and-coffee reception afterward, and we actually REMADE all the bridesmaids dresses because the tuxes we picked up clashed horribly with the existing dresses. Everyone pitched in (I cut out patterns and pinned them to material) after a fast run to a fabric shop 20 miles away - small-town Iowa. Getting out of my Opel GT to enter the church, I got grease from the door latch on my tux pants, giving my future MIL the "vapors", though I was able to cover it with the jacket! We're on our 45th year together, have four beautiful grandkids from two wonderful sons, and two terrific daughters-in-law. You need not spend a lot of money to have a nice wedding for two people who truly love each other.

  • Jordan Taylor Scaife
    Jordan Taylor Scaife Il y a 18 jours +25

    I went to a wedding where a friend of the bride was making the bridesmaid dresses. On the day of the wedding she suddenly announced that half of them hadn't been made yet. We all sat in the church for an hour while the bridal party went to a department store to find sort-of-matching dresses to wear. It was embarrassing. When the wedding finally finished we came out of the church and a homeless man was peeing on the front steps.

    • Purple Nonsense
      Purple Nonsense Il y a 17 jours +2

      How...i have no words. As a bride/bridesmaid i would have asked to have the dress at least a few days before the wedding...some people have 0% anxiety

    • Jordan Taylor Scaife
      Jordan Taylor Scaife Il y a 18 jours

      @mindyschocolate Idk inconsiderate AF

    • mindyschocolate
      mindyschocolate Il y a 18 jours +5

      Lol…wth. What was she thinking not saying anything before the wedding day?

  • TwiggyHetfield27
    TwiggyHetfield27 Il y a 18 jours +21

    To be fair, some "portajohns" are nice. For my cousins wedding last fall she had one those those big trailer bathrooms. Four stalls in the women's room with two working sinks. Not to mention someone in the wedding party (not sure if it was my cousin or the bridesmaids) had a basket full of goodies. Tampons, liners, chapstick, travel hairspray, etc. it was definitely helpful for some of us lol.

  • Prickly Pear
    Prickly Pear Il y a 18 jours +9

    Frugal weddings can be inspired, beautiful, and elegant, but ONLY if the bride and groom are. Trashy people result in trashy weddings, no matter HOW much they spend!

  • Joanna Helmer
    Joanna Helmer Il y a 18 jours +85

    I got married in Reno it cost 75 dollars, took fifteen minutes. My marriage lasted 16 years but I wish I would have woken up a lot earlier he was a bad man, a drunk and verbally beat me down to the point I didn't think I was worthy of love. You can only hear ( you're nothing but a worthless woman ) for so many years that you end up believing it. But I'm out of that hell and happy now. Love your videos Peace and love to you and your family 💙💚💙

    • KZesty
      KZesty Il y a 15 jours

      I'm so glad that you are in a better place now and got out 💖

    • Joanna Helmer
      Joanna Helmer Il y a 16 jours

      @Nasty Nana yeah just because we know better doesn't actually make it easier to get out of those situations. I would always tell my friends that I would never be in a relationship with someone who treats me badly, but then it happens and you can't see it. It's like you get stubborn and don't want to admit that you're in a bad relationship. I hope you know that you are worthy of love and being with someone who knows your value.

    • Miranda Brooks
      Miranda Brooks Il y a 17 jours

      That’s actually funny. You were worthy of sticking around you for 16 years! If you were really unworthy he’d have left the first year!

    • lilitha swana
      lilitha swana Il y a 17 jours +1

      @Nasty Nana just keep reminding yourself that you deserve better, then start doing your favourite things alone (again) and you will (hopefully) break that cycle. Create that space between the two of you: less home visits especially in your space, more self prioritisation.

    • Monica Doerpinghaus Hernandez
      Monica Doerpinghaus Hernandez Il y a 18 jours +2

      @Nasty Nana prayers for you. There is help and from a survivor of physical, mental and emotional abuse, you ARE worthy and please get out. It was the hardest thing I've ever done and it took some time but I'm alive and enjoying life and know that I'm worthy

  • Chrissy
    Chrissy Il y a 18 jours +21

    Went to my ex husband's wedding cuz we've stayed cordial through out the years and share two sons. But. 🙄 His new wife. She's a sweet, VERY young goth girl. One or two years older than our oldest son tho. 🤨 She had moved into my ex's and his second wife's place cuz her bf was in jail. But, he ends up sleeping with her, kicking out wife and ends up getting young girl pregnant. Gets divorced from 2nd wife. Proposes to young, now prego goth girl and they get married on Halloween. Idk what I expected but it was in his backyard under a tent and he had a handful of ppl there but only her mother came. And she dressed up as Maleficent.....for her wedding. Yea. Felt bad for her but clearly no one was ok with it on her side and her mom came so she'd have someone. I tried to be extra friendly with her n hopefully make her feel comfortable on her wedding day but I just really bad for her. Mostly because I Kno how my ex-husband is and I feel like this girl was completely duped but didn't know any better.

    • Chrissy
      Chrissy Il y a 16 jours +1

      @Soc Ahha Thanks for that! 👍

    • Chrissy
      Chrissy Il y a 16 jours +1

      @Marie Pondue 2.0 They are....for now. His track record is "ugh", to say the least, but, I think he has matured since he finally went to jail for DV (2nd wife). 🤷😅

    • Chrissy
      Chrissy Il y a 16 jours +1

      @Giovanni Itchee Atleast I'm more of an outsider lol

    • Soc Ahha
      Soc Ahha Il y a 16 jours +2

      Clarity: OP is wife #1.
      Ex wife us wife #2.
      Young goth girl wife #3.

    • Giovanni Itchee
      Giovanni Itchee Il y a 17 jours +3

      Sounds like an episode of Jerry Springer.

  • Ms. K
    Ms. K Il y a 18 jours +12

    After all of the weddings I have witnessed: if one of the parties was drunk before the reception, the person has an alcohol problem or they for sure divorce. If you really have the need to be “absent” on your wedding, something screams out at me that maybe you shouldn’t go through with it?!?

    • Sabina Witwicka
      Sabina Witwicka Il y a 11 jours

      Why is this still legal at this point? How is it that wasted people can still legally be married if they have no recollection of what is going on?

  • The Womanatee
    The Womanatee Il y a 18 jours +81

    I kinda feel bad for Jack Sparrow Dad. He went to so much trouble to make that special, even if it turned into guest torture.

    • The Womanatee
      The Womanatee Il y a 18 jours +6

      I see what y'all mean. I guess it's that the wedding-shaming victims are usually so incredibly self-serving in their actions that he looked a little better in comparison. I get the feeling that, at the very least, he _thought_ he was contributing in a positive, entertaining way. (While he was very embarrassingly wrong.) Juxtaposed with a Mother of the Groom showing up in a wedding dress specifically to upstage the bride, he came off like a decent dude.

    • OrontesRM
      OrontesRM Il y a 18 jours +14

      @Esther Khan yeah... also, from the kind of anecdotes he chose, he sounds like one of those fathers who only remembers his daughter's childhood and refuses to see her as an adult woman ... which is NOT going to be a small problem as time goes by (= he thinks you're stupid)

    • Esther Khan
      Esther Khan Il y a 18 jours +22

      Umm.....no. He recounted embarrassing moments of his daughter, which is what you do when you really don't like someone. I know exactly what that a hole was trying to accomplish because I lived it

    • Julie Paulson
      Julie Paulson Il y a 18 jours +27

      That feels like the sort of thing that would be cute if he had discussed it with the bride and/or groom *before* the wedding, so he could make sure that 1) his daughter would be happy with it and not just humiliated and 2) there was adequate time scheduled during the reception so he's not holding everything up. Springing it on everyone during the event without checking to see if she'd even like it is inconsiderate at best and downright cruel at worst.

  • Debb
    Debb Il y a 18 jours +18

    I went to a wedding once where the bride walked between 2 cars as her “aisle” wore a bikini coverup as a dress and the groom wore camo and was high AF. The snacks after the “wedding” was a cheese platter from Walmart. It was also October at 7pm and cold. They divorced 6 months later

  • Barbara Bavier
    Barbara Bavier Il y a 18 jours +26

    I once went to a wedding held in a camping spot at a campground. Everyone - including the bride and groom - were wearing shorts and t-shirts. My husband and I felt VERY overdressed! The reception was BYOB and grilled hotdogs.

    • Vampyre82
      Vampyre82 Il y a 16 jours

      I can beat that. I went to a wedding in a trailer park "clubhouse" where they had tables lined up (that you had to pass by to get to your folding chair for the ceremony) full of the reception "food" and it was literally loaves of Wonder Bread, bologna, jars of mayo and mustard, and potato chips still in the unopened bags. Bride wore a hideous wedding gown and the groom wore jeans and a plaid shirt. They played the wedding march from a boombox sitting on the food table.

    • Tommy M
      Tommy M Il y a 18 jours +2

      Honestly.. sounds like a wedding that I would like going to. It is simple, doesn't cost thousands of dollars, and avoids unnecessary BS that the average wedding has. Relaxed simple weddings aren't for everyone though. (Side note... I generally get crippling anxiety just thinking about being at large socal gatherings, especially if I know almost no one. I would prefer to go to a Victorian dentist then go to a wedding.)

    • Jaiya Alexandra
      Jaiya Alexandra Il y a 18 jours

      You lie! 🤣

  • Viva Lakayy
    Viva Lakayy Il y a 18 jours +8

    I ordered my wedding dress from Amazon when it arrived it was the WRONG dress lol but luckily I ended up liking it alot better than what I originally ordered. I took it as it was meant to be lol.

  • Yaa Amoani
    Yaa Amoani Il y a 18 jours +95

    Charlotte's videos never disappoint and are a daily dosis of freeing your mind for just some minutes 😘💚

  • crazymissdaisy
    crazymissdaisy Il y a 18 jours +6

    The father of the bride's speech reminds me of my dad's at my confirmation. I literally have a picture of me making a face saying "omfg" - he spoke only about things in my childhood and embarrassing things I did years prior (like I used to- USED TO - forget myself in books and burn cakes I made. I hadnt done that since I was 8-9, now 13) and nothing current. He didnt know me in any way shape or form

  • brittbr8tt
    brittbr8tt Il y a 18 jours +10

    Went to a wedding where I was the flower girl, and 10 minutes before the wedding started we found out that his ex-wife was a missing person, and he was the prime suspect, and the only suspect. The only reason he wasn’t arrested was because there was no trace or enough evidence to prosecute.

  • Stephen Reed
    Stephen Reed Il y a 18 jours +66

    This is just more proof that being single is the best thing ever! Hilarious video hopefully more gems to come.

    • YourXavier
      YourXavier Il y a 18 jours +2

      I regret many things, but being single isn't one of them.

  • Jeanette Lazas
    Jeanette Lazas Il y a 18 jours +20

    The closest to a ''trashy'' wedding i ever attended was my cousins. the couple lived together for 10 years before getting married, which isnt a big deal to me but she had been pushing to get married for years and he kept putting her off. Outside the venue was a huge sign that said something like ''after ten years its about time!" Also, after the first dance the best man asked for the military people to stand and be recongzied for their service and then everyone was asked to stand for the national anthem. Lovely gesture right? He played God save the queen! The groom and his party played British soliders in a revolutionary war reenactment group.

  • Susie Sunshine
    Susie Sunshine Il y a 18 jours +5

    Shit, I spent probably a couple of grand altogether! Got my beautiful tye dyed wedding dress off Etsy, so did my hubby!! I was about 4 or 5 months pregnant so I didn't need any shoes cause my damn feet were sooo swollen!! It was in my parents backyard next to the pool (no, nobody fell in, lol), cheap wedding, but I didn't care!! I finally found the love of my life and that's all that matters!!

  • Megan Robbins
    Megan Robbins Il y a 18 jours +8

    Wedding photographer here of over 20 years... I've definitely see a thing or two but what comes to mind the most is when a photographed a wedding of a couple that was a part of the motorcycle group, Hells Angels. It was an older crowd and the best man was one of the founders of the groups. As you'd expect, it was a wild crowd and everyone partied pretty hard. It wasn't until I got back home and was going through the photos that I realized MANY of the older biker ladies did not wear underwear and had on very short dresses/skirts. I've never had to filter images by if a sagging vagina was showing or not.

  • Deanna Webster
    Deanna Webster Il y a 18 jours +24

    My uncle (by marriage) walked my cousin down the isle with a shot gun, in his old, nasty ass duster trench coat and in the same western shirt, jeans, cowboy boots, and cowboy hat that he wears when he drives semi-trucks (he's a trucker, probably retired by now 🤷🏻‍♀️) and sprays cow shit out of the trailer in. He still smelled like cow shit, so who knows when the last time he showered was. He said something trashy and embarrassing when they got to the end of the isle and continued to act that way through the ceremony and reception. It actually would have been a lovely wedding if he had actually tried. The bride looked gorgeous and everyone else was dressed nice. And my Dad wondered why I didn't want to invite them to my wedding...

  • Haley Murray
    Haley Murray Il y a 18 jours +8

    My wedding was on a budget and went off well, only we had the hardest time tracking down my MoH. She was pissed off cause her baby-daddy didn't do what she wanted. She complain about having to deal with him and yelled at her mother during pictures. Once we found her to do the MoH speech all I got was "SUP, Congrats". I had people saying I should've made her go back up.
    My other brides maid was such a huge help all the way for both me and the husband.

  • Waifer Thyme
    Waifer Thyme Il y a 18 jours +65

    Ok answering your question before watching lol. Trashiest wedding i ever went to has to be my cousins in 2005. The grooms family hid in the basement of the venue doing hard drugs. One of his aunts stole about 20 centerpieces for a wedding she was going to in NFLD. Grooms father was completley wasted, trashed the buffet, tried to punch my mother, when i steppin in, threatened to punch me. RCMP showed up, grooms family tried to blame ouur side for everything. RCMP could tell they were wasted and reeked of pot. Some of them rooms side were arrested, the rest were ALL kicked out.

  • Korina Van Tassle
    Korina Van Tassle Il y a 18 jours +18

    Our whole wedding and reception, dresses, grooms clothes, cake, drinks, food ect was less than 500 bucks. It's been 15 yrs and still going strong. We just had our 3rd kid so we did 1 night at a hotel and went to an amusement park nearby for our honeymoon so we could come back to our baby but we had a blast. All our family and friends had a great time and we will always remember it.

  • Aimee
    Aimee Il y a 18 jours +13

    Kelly’s edits always have me in hysterics! That port a potty shot was outrageous! 🤣😂

  • cadgal02
    cadgal02 Il y a 18 jours +24

    Yeah, hunted animals have to be "dressed" immediately which includes removing all of the organs. If you don't do it immediately they will rot in the carcass.
    I love yourchannel. I have found myself watching episodes over and over again.

  • Ryan Thompson
    Ryan Thompson Il y a 18 jours +8

    My wedding was done for practically nothing. Rented a beachhouse during the off season and had a beautiful, albeit cold wedding. Mother in law, who ran a flower shop, donated flowers. I wore a nice suit and tie, bride wore a beautiful dress that cost under $300.
    About 20 to 30 people in all. Our biggest splurge/expense was a limo that took us to the city where we had a lovely yet brief three-day weekend in between our jobs. The reception was held at my work where the dining room was closed to the public and a limited menu was offered. My dad stepped in and paid for everyone at the last minute, which was unexpected.
    Overall, an inexpensive but very tasteful affair that I think everyone enjoyed.

  • Betty Veronica
    Betty Veronica Il y a 18 jours +9

    I hope Charlotte reads through her viewers' stories, and does a video (with everyone's consent), of them! 😄

  • Flávia F
    Flávia F Il y a 18 jours +8

    When my friend was getting married there was a wedding before his at the church that end up getting delayed 2h, also delaying my friends wedding because the groom got so drunk he passed out in the car parked on a street near the church, and because he drove himself no one could find him. The bride was waiting for him outside the church all that time.

    • Flávia F
      Flávia F Il y a 17 jours +1

      @Purple Nonsense me too, but if he did that at the wedding I would bet he already did something similar, or worse, before.

    • Purple Nonsense
      Purple Nonsense Il y a 17 jours

      Oh man. Imagine waiting for your fiancée thinking all sorts of things like he could have gotten into an accident or something happened to him only to find out he passed out. Would have dumped his ass so fast the next wedding could have been held early.

  • Tavia S.
    Tavia S. Il y a 18 jours +21

    Unfortunately at my wedding… We had an open bar after. The bartender closed up because of my godfather and my husbands dad. My godfather wouldn’t stop hitting on the bartender and husbands dad was beyond drunk and wouldn’t stop bothering her also in a different way. All in all tho that being the worst thing that happened. We all have that one family member…

  • Tracy Love
    Tracy Love Il y a 18 jours +4

    One of the most beautiful and memorable weddings I have ever attended was very, very low budget. The bride did have a beautiful traditional white wedding dress; the groom a nice suit. It was held under a grand old fir tree in a beautiful local park at dawn.
    No decoration required. The officiant was a Buddhist priest. There were only about 10 guests. We each were given a sheet with phrases in Japanese (beautifully wrtten, calligraphy style). We were asked to just phonetically pronounce the words as written on the page. I do not know the meaning of the words we were chanting, but It ended up becoming a powerful and rhythmic song, in the park, at dawn. We were then asked to toast the couple with sake three or 4 times, repeating another phonetic phrase in Japanese.
    Poof, they were joined.
    We walked to reception which was breakfast & mimosas at a nearby breakfast hotspot.
    I am happy to have experienced it with my friends.
    It was truly beautiful, joyful, low cost and low stress.

  • Amber A.
    Amber A. Il y a 18 jours +27

    I don’t understand why some of these weddings have to be so trashy lol. Even with a little bit of money and some good friends u can do a lot. Our family friends were wanting to get married but they were very financially lacking unfortunately, and they never thought they would be able to have a wedding ceremony at all. We all volunteered to help them plan a beautiful wedding. Everything looked good in the end, simple and beautiful❤ and only about 200 dollars were spent on that wedding. The couple was so moved and happy 🥰🥰❤️

    • Amber A.
      Amber A. Il y a 17 jours

      @Purple Nonsense yeah that makes sense 😕

  • Janet Richardson
    Janet Richardson Il y a 18 jours +4

    I went to an outdoor wedding about twenty years ago for one of my daughter’s friends. At the time my daughter met the bride when they first started college. The bride was from out of state and lived on campus but my daughter and many other friends all commuted. They spent a fair amount of time at our hours and always seemed nice. The bride even went on vacation with a family one time. The bride met the groom (who was ten years older) at her part time job at a grocery store. That’s when things started to get weird. When she was at our house, she spent as much time on the phone checking in with her boyfriend as she did interacting with any other guests. Then she was getting married and my daughter was one of the bridesmaids. The groom’s aunt hosted a wedding shower at her house which was in a very rural area. Both my daughter and I were invited. The bride confided that she really wanted to make sure that my daughter and I both would attend because none of the rest of the bridesmaids or her family would come to the shower. To say it was rural was an understatement, the directions included turn off the paved road on to the gravel road and take the right at the fork in the road and continue on the dirt road for about a quarter of a mile. The shower was awkward at best. The groomer’s five aunts and all the female cousins showed up in torn jean shorts and tube tops and cussed, smoked and got drunk. Then came the wedding. I had my hair colored and cut the day before the wedding. When I arrived at the wedding, I felt rele

  • Jami Laycock
    Jami Laycock Il y a 18 jours +4

    I did the wedding cake a friend of my brother and I. Brides sister also made cakes was enraged when she learned I was doing it. She told the bride it was the cake or she could be the MOH and planner since the bride and groom were in another state. It was a fall theme so I had added edible decorative leaves. That wasn't ok with the sister and so she decided it wasn't done right and the decor was just sad. Nevermind the bride and groom who both loved it. This beast went outside picked up a handful of leaves from the parking lot and proceeded to loudly talk about how she would "fix my mistake since I clearly had never made a wedding cake before" before I could pick my jaw up off the floor the brides daughter snapped! She flipped and went off and let her know that the person who made it is an actual pastry chef so she couldn't have been more wrong if she tried. Bride then saw it all and joined in the jealous beast bashing... It took a lot to not grab her up myself but this isn't the time or place. Then I didn't need to say anything by the time they were done with bitchzilla the MOH..

  • paul green
    paul green Il y a 18 jours +4

    when I married my wife 37 years ago we where told it would last 3 months, it was a decent spend at the time sit down meal and free bar, id still be married to my life partner if leukaemia hadn't of taken her away from me

  • Samantha Roberts
    Samantha Roberts Il y a 18 jours +38

    A relative had literally had a pig slaughtered during the ceremony. (The ceremony was outside, very pretty in her backyard, sweet little arch covered in colorful flowers, her dress was gorgeous and flattering, his tux was a camo tux, which was weird but they were both very happy so who cares, ya know?) And since we were outside, we heard every squeal of the pig and the thuds from the action of slaughtering, while they were saying their vows. My father helped with the slaughtering and still had the blood all over his hands for the wedding photos. (I typed this at the beginning of the video, the fact that a pig roast while improperly gutted just happened to be read while finishing this, that's amazing.)

    • Trench15398642_14
      Trench15398642_14 Il y a 18 jours +16

      What, and I cannot stress this enough, the FUCK?

  • Amber Lore
    Amber Lore Il y a 18 jours +4

    A friend of mine went to a wedding at a local hall that had been remodeled in the '70s. The bride wore a black & white prom dress with a bow on the ass that came from a gift my friend's mother had given her. Instead of a bouquet the bride carried a bottle of Jack Daniels. ("At least it matched her dress.") Immediately after the vows, the bride headed over to the bar and got another bottle of bourbon.

  • GiGi W.
    GiGi W. Il y a 18 jours +4

    Yes my son and DIL swore that they were having a dry wedding as they are both in recovery. Welp, come to find out, they had an open bar for two hours. So both dads had a chance to get drunk. MIL wanted me to help pay for it. Not a chance as I'm also in recovery. MIL still won't talk to me.

  • Arisandi Munajat
    Arisandi Munajat Il y a 18 jours +19

    Omg Yas!!! I was watching your Met Gala reaction with my lil' sister and we laughed a lot and after we finished suddenly your notification came out and we decided to continue this one too!!! 😆♥️

    • Lazy I Ranch
      Lazy I Ranch Il y a 18 jours +1

      @Danielle Weiss Well she is the "Tater Queen", so I guess it's like the old Lay's Potato Chip commercials, "you can't eat just one"!

    • Danielle Weiss
      Danielle Weiss Il y a 18 jours +1

      I have watched old videos countless times because it’s like going down a rabbit hole. Once I start, I just can’t stop

    • Arisandi Munajat
      Arisandi Munajat Il y a 18 jours +1

      @Lazy I Ranch Lmao, you're right. It happens to me quite some time 😂😂

    • Lazy I Ranch
      Lazy I Ranch Il y a 18 jours +2

      Careful, Ms. Charlotte can be addictive! Next thing you know, it's 2:00 AM and you've been binge watching past episodes for hours...

  • camila gurgel
    camila gurgel Il y a 18 jours +6

    my parents married in a collective wedding with friends. It was small but beautiful and everybody was in love. I was the ring girl, six years old at the time. No one in the family came to the wedding, so the other couples had family and guests but our family was me, mum and dad... we lived in another city, four hours away by car, which isn't a lot, for a wedding.

  • Luísa Espíndola
    Luísa Espíndola Il y a 18 jours +7

    I mean you can marry on a tight budget and be cool, just don't need to pretend it's a luxurious one. just embrace the situation, u know...
    I have some friends that got a civil wedding and then went to a cute restaurant with parents and testimonies.
    other couple I know just did a barbecue (Brazilian style) with DIY decorations to celebrate with friends.
    I think the key is... do not use trash or hire sex offenders. 🤐 a Pizza party would have more chances os success.

  • Suzi Babcock
    Suzi Babcock Il y a 18 jours +2

    We also had a simple and inexpensive wedding. My future mother-in-law sewed my wedding dress. It was gorgeous! She also made my bouquet and other flowers. And the bridesmaids dresses! She was so talented! A close friend's mother made our cake. It was fabulous! We did not have a bar at the reception; it was a church wedding and reception. Forty two years later, we are still happily married! When our daughter got married, she wore my wedding dress, with some adjustments in size, again performed by my MIL! I could not have hand-picked a better Mother-in-law than her! She was wonderful! Needless to say, a wedding does not have to cost a lot to be a great one! Just saying...

  • iamchess
    iamchess Il y a 18 jours +4

    I brought my wedding dress and then decided I didnt like it 2 days before my wedding and brought one from boohoo and got it delivered the morning of the wedding... it was actually what I really wanted and loved! I still have it in my wardrobe (it has burn marks on still from the bonfire I fell in) 😂 best day/night of my life!

  • Neil Price
    Neil Price Il y a 18 jours +28

    Saw a wedding back in the late 80's, thankfully I was passing and not part of the wedding party, where EVERYONE was wearing the dreaded Shell Suits . Even the bride's dress was made from the same awful nylon material and in multiple garish colours. She probably made the dress by cutting up several shell suits and sewing them together. It was the most Chav-ish (trashy) thing I have ever seen.

    • Melissa Blackwood
      Melissa Blackwood Il y a 17 jours +1

      @Lucie Melahn Yep. I remember those outfits, but where I'm from, we called them wind suits.

    • Fairyspun Fibers
      Fairyspun Fibers Il y a 18 jours +1

      Ha! Had to Google shell suits! I was a young 20-something back then, and I really don't remember them, though I DO remember everything was color-blocked in garish colors! Every.Thing!

    • Amanda Bourke
      Amanda Bourke Il y a 18 jours

      Sorry Neil, but what do you mean when you say you were passing and not part of the wedding party?

    • Danielle Thomas
      Danielle Thomas Il y a 18 jours

      @Cali as a Geordie I can't help but fully agree with you

    • Cali
      Cali Il y a 18 jours +1

      @Danielle Thomas i dated a man from sunderland... not a great football club, i'm afraid.

  • amy mattaliano
    amy mattaliano Il y a 18 jours +31

    I have 2 wedding stories:
    1. The bride was the trashiest element of the wedding. During the ceremony she and the groom were each holding a candle to light the larger candle in the middle. She dropped hers. At the reception she was Jersey Turnpiking (see Deena from Jersey Shore) - almost twerking - her husband on the dance floor, who was one of the most reserved, conservative people I have ever known. I still feel so bad for him because his family doesn't believe in divorce.
    2. I went to a wedding in North Carolina several years back. My boyfriend (at the time) had a brother who was getting married, and my boyfriend had become an officiant online. Why? I have no idea. My now ex never rehearsed the ceremony or his lines, and never wrote the speech he was supposed to say. I ended up doing that for him. He was belligerent to me and his family the night before, so his dad took me back to the family's house so my ex could . . . . honestly I don't even remember. Instead of hiring a caterer, the family opted to cook the food themselves. Nothing wrong with this. However, they went for pork and beans, and other southern themed foods, as well as take-out Chinese. The wedding itself was held on the brother's property since they had a small pond and thought it would look nice. It actually did. Everyone looked beautiful. The only thing is that no one (not even the dj) thought to have the wedding march playing for the bride. The reception was held in the couple's (they lived together) car-port in their driveway.
    Truth be told, out of the 2, the second wasn't that bad. At least everyone, with the exception of the officiant (who I had to keep reminding to fill out the paperwork to make the marriage official) was actually very well mannered. No one for drunk, and no one made a spectacle of themself, and no one in the bridal party became a joke.
    When the subject of camo wedding dresses came up, all I thought of was Mama June's wedding dress from Honey Boo Boo

  • Tia Williams
    Tia Williams Il y a 18 jours +3

    Hey Charlotte, love your show. You are super funny and I tell everyone to watch. I wish you could have in your merch store more sizes 3X 4X for us big gals? Maybe all merch could be. I want to buy a hoodie so badly. love you, especially, the fact you poke fun at yourself to make the joke better 🤣🤣🤣

  • Tavia S.
    Tavia S. Il y a 18 jours +2

    Thank you Charlotte for the entertaining content. Have a great rest the day! Take care.

  • Jodi Schoolcraft
    Jodi Schoolcraft Il y a 18 jours +5

    We told a family member 109 times they didn’t have enough food ... buffet starts ...OUT OF FOOD 10% thru the line .... they scrambled for deli trays ... then I tried to help serve cake (mind you I’m a guest and aunt of bride ) people are yelling at me about cake getting to them ... ummm I don’t work here was my response

  • Appalachian Girl Designs
    Appalachian Girl Designs Il y a 18 jours +1

    One of my family members had an "interesting wedding..." Her dress was yellow, she walked down the aisle with BO and her hair pulled back in a half ass ponytail with hair no even brushed out.
    At the end of the wedding my husband was handed a broom to help clean up. Considering I had done almost all of the set up with him and all of the flowers... he dropped the broom in front of her and said, "No". He walked off and later she came up to him and said, "We will help you when you get married, why can't you help us." His reply... "We will not require assistance as we have already paid 90% of everything. She has spent almost 2 years putting everything together and most of the gifts she has handmade in our extra room. Our guests will not have to work."

  • Theo McAllister
    Theo McAllister Il y a 18 jours +2

    There are imperfect weddings you will laugh about years later, and there are wedding disasters that you will cite in the divorce.

  • Melanie Reese
    Melanie Reese Il y a 18 jours +3

    Charlotte...a great big thank you to you and your editors for working so hard to bring us such wonderfully entertaining videos. We love our Potato Queen of Petty ❤

  • Aimee
    Aimee Il y a 18 jours +2

    Charlotte, you’re such a good soul and that shines through in videos such as this.
    You never shame people. 💕🌻

  • SC Loftin
    SC Loftin Il y a 18 jours +2

    As to vows, when the late spouse and I got married, it never occurred to us that the judge didn't have the book with "Dearly Beloved" written in it. We hired the judge, never met him, he showed up and did the best extemporaneous marriage ceremony ever! He was great.

  • Ashley G
    Ashley G Il y a 18 jours +2

    I mean I bought my wedding dress from Amazon, but the trick is order it at least 2 months in advance, read the reviews, and look at more than one. Buying online is a gamble, but can look great if you “DO YOUR RESEARCH”

  • delilahbelle2125
    delilahbelle2125 Il y a 18 jours +1

    The one about the best man sleeping with the groom's mom made me think "that wouldn't have been too bad at my cousin's wedding," but that's because my cousin (the groom) had his dad as his best man (so the best man and groom's mother were a couple; lol).

  • Nicole Elizabeth
    Nicole Elizabeth Il y a 18 jours +1

    I actually bought my wedding dress off of asos, the quality was decent and I paid less than $400. I ended up buying like 8 dresses I liked to try on and see what suited me/I liked and then returned the others. I also was going to do any alterations it needed myself but luckily it fit perfectly. You CAN be frugal with your dress and still end up with a nice outfit!

  • Ryan Thompson
    Ryan Thompson Il y a 18 jours +3

    My sister had a very nice New England wedding on the cheap about 25 years ago. Set in my parent's backyard with maybe 40 to 50 people in all. My aunt made the wedding cake, a beautiful three tiered carrot cake. A local pastor conducted the ceremony.
    The reception afterwards was a lobster bake. My uncle, a lobsterman, provided the lobsters at cost. Another uncle oversaw the meal which included potatoes, corn and lobster. A half keg was bought for the reception as well. They are still married to this day.

  • Dina Silva
    Dina Silva Il y a 18 jours +3

    I appreciate the dedication of Charlotte to wedding vídeos. I Love it. ALWAYS makes me laugh...😂

  • Cosplay Clown
    Cosplay Clown Il y a 18 jours +4

    My uncle, Now ex-aunt got married at ju grandparents- they had a large yard- people sat on bay bails, a tractor with a wagon took us around town, to show off the newlyweds- my other uncle got hammered, tried to fight his brother- got his foot stuck in a cornhole board, also- they had portapottys- they lasted a few years but later my uncle cheated-

  • LethalCheshire
    LethalCheshire Il y a 18 jours +3

    Does it count if you're the reason the wedding was trashy?
    When I was about 10 and my cousin was 6 we went to the wedding of a family friend. Beautiful wedding. They had lemonade for the kids and margaritas for the adults, both of theses in large jugs with spigots on them. Well they were labelled "Lemonade" and "Adult". My troublemaking little self decided to try what the adult beverage tasted like and to me it tasted like lemonade that was more sour. So I told my little cousin it was just super sour lemonade and every time we got a new drink we got from the "Adult" jug, cause we could handle the sour. No adult noticed two children get drink after drink from the wrong jug until we were absolutely plastered. I don't really remember a whole lot after that except holding my cousin and laughing as we walked back to our nearby hotel and the scolding I got the next day.

  • Janae Radack
    Janae Radack Il y a 18 jours +2

    Just wanted to share this cute story. So I listen to your videos while nursing the baby but by the end he's done. Your outro always makes him smile when he hears you sing. It's so cute.

  • Ashley Curry
    Ashley Curry Il y a 18 jours +10

    Probably my own 😂 just kidding! We eloped and went to a tiny church off route 66. It was perfect for us. Wouldn’t change a thing

  • Islandprincess Castle
    Islandprincess Castle Il y a 18 jours +1

    6:35 made me lol while getting a pedicure. I couldn't stop laughing and everyone was staring at me. But I just couldn't stop laughing. I might've turned as red as the stolen pig 🐖... Who was shot in the head 🔫

  • Ayla Gambino
    Ayla Gambino Il y a 18 jours +1

    11:00 If my dad did this at my wedding I would be laughing my ass off. I don't understand how that's embarrassing, it's adorable that he remembered something as simple as that and went through the effort and just hilarious with how awkward the performance sounded. Idealy I would like to be asked first before the wedding but personally I would love that. If the wedding guests don't find it funny then that's their problem.

  • Liv Bolt
    Liv Bolt Il y a 18 jours +6

    Ahhh yes another wedding video, literally all I need go have a good day lol 👍

  • Jay Wan
    Jay Wan Il y a 18 jours +1

    I spent $5000 on my wedding. I’ve been married 20 yrs. I worked in family law for many years - I would estimate that 60% of couples were still paying off the wedding debt as they’re getting divorced.. We used to joke that the more the wedding cost - the shorter the marriage.

  • Rose Cuevas
    Rose Cuevas Il y a 18 jours +7

    I got married on January 27,98 and me and my husband been married for 26 years and we got married in the courthouse.

    • Rose Cuevas
      Rose Cuevas Il y a 18 jours

      @ChelleJ it's my second marriage too. He treats me good

    • ChelleJ
      ChelleJ Il y a 18 jours +1

      We got married in January of 1998 also. It was a 2nd marriage for both of us.

  • Benito Famadico
    Benito Famadico Il y a 18 jours +2

    I’m sure it was unintentional but as a chicago bears fan I appreciate you using a packers tail gate to visualize how bad the wedding was 🐻⬇️

  • bcgrote
    bcgrote Il y a 18 jours +3

    When you buy a Vegas wedding package, you get venue, officiant, hair & makeup AND photographs and videos. You can add in the reception as well. The venues are beautiful.

    • M Hod
      M Hod Il y a 18 jours

      That’s what we I did. We lived out of state and went to Las Vegas for a weekend to pick a venue. Bellagio had a wedding package with their beautiful chapel and officiant. Booked the reception at a rooftop restaurant and ordered the cake online at a Vegas bakery. Stress free and everyone had a great time.

  • irThumper
    irThumper Il y a 18 jours

    One of my relatives, on my dad's side of the fam, was so drunk at his own wedding that he stumbled into the horse hitched to the carriage that was to take him and his bride (who had a purple crushed velvet wedding gown that made her resemble an oversized eggplant) to the hotel. The way he shit-face talked to the horse you'd have thought he married it instead of his wife, LMAO!

  • Angie M
    Angie M Il y a 18 jours +1

    Park weddings always seem to be lacking something. I could watch wedding fail and bridezilla videos every day. Great work!

  • thecutter1983
    thecutter1983 Il y a 18 jours +3

    Hey! I am from Alabama and not everyone is into “keeping in the family.” I laughed but also felt insulted. Oh well…

    • Karen A
      Karen A Il y a 18 jours +3

      Try having the name "Karen" LOL

  • Nici Marie
    Nici Marie Il y a 18 jours

    I love the wedding content you do! Always entertaining 😍