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“What’s The Cringiest Thing You’ve Seen A Bride And Groom Do For Their Wedding?“—39 Replies

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Instead of throwing rice (or confetti, or sprinkles, or anything like that) the bride and groom asked their friends to save all their empty Juul pods and throw those as they walked down the aisle. The friends obliged.—u/marble-falls

via R/trashy

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Flew away in a helicopter at the end but there were only appetizers for food—u/The_Height_of_Folly

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My cousin and his wife are SUPER religious and maybe the two most awkward people I’ve ever met. They did one of those ‘fake out’ first dances where it starts with a slow song then transitions to a dance number with an upbeat song.

Not only is that naturally cringe worthy, the upbeat song was 5 minutes long and they just kept repeating the same moves over and over for what felt like eternity. There was no alcohol allowed at the wedding, so there was nothing to dull the pain.—u/dirtybirds233

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They bought an apple orchard after leaving the city to live a simpler life…and really doubled down on the apple theme.

Apples everywhere: on the tables, in baskets all around the venue, on the podium where they got married, pictures of apples hanging everywhere, small fake trees with apples tossed under them, the dude marrying them had an apple tie on, apples somehow incorporated into every dish for the reception. The cake was shaped like an apple.

It was really f—king bizarre.

They sold the orchard a couple years later because they had no idea what they were doing.—u/Corporate-Asset-6375

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The Crazy B*tch bride entrance no one knew about

Edit: NSFW. Kinda thought the words “crazy b*tch” in the link would clarify that, but in case you need more warning, here it is.—u/rG_ViperVenom

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This was more so the bride’s family… One of my first classmates to get married (we were ~19) had a small reception, mostly family and friends from high school (nothing wrong with that). They decided to “auction off” the garter belt, and whoever won took it off the bride. Most of us were poor college students, so the only people bidding were her dad and uncles. It was super uncomfortable.—u/IguanaTapThatAxolotl

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The groom gave a speech thanking everyone for coming that devolved in the space of about two minutes into a straight-up roast of his new brother-in-law. They were friends, and the brother-in-law seemed to take it in good humour, but there’s only so much implication of ‘I’m for sure going to be f—king your sister tonight’ that you can take before it becomes really cringy.

It didn’t help that a) I barely knew anyone there because I was a plus one, and b) I was on the table with the elderly relatives from that side of the family, who were less than amused.—u/Portarossa

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I know a guy who recently made his lackies, sorry friends, compete to be his best man. Most pretentious thing I have ever seen. Watching them grovel was so upsetting to me.—Weinbergkm3

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Dated a girl in my 20s and went to her friend’s wedding in upstate New York. In the middle of the service the minister’s cell phone rang, he answered, it was God, God wanted to talk to the groom, conversation lasted a couple minutes, then the ceremony continued.—u/Theseus44

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The groom sang his vows. I honestly had to stare at the floor and slow breath to not laugh and get through it.—u/AlmousCurious