Tales of wedding misadventures for my daughter – Press Telegram

This column is dedicated to my daughter, Curly Girl, who plans to do it marry at the end of the month. Her biggest fear is that her wedding “won’t be perfect.” At 23, apparently, you still believe in perfection. I’ve often explained to her that things that go wrong later become the best stories, but she doesn’t care about my opinion. So what else is new?

So I asked for stories of wedding mishaps from mine friends on Facebook (Are you one? If not, why not? facebook.com/FrumpyMiddleagedMom). Here are some of the stories they shared, from fallen wedding cakes to drunken pranks. Sure you have some of your own:

“My name is Lucetta and my husband’s name is Gerard. The priest who was to marry us (and they knew us quite well) decided to leave the priesthood just before our wedding day. Instead, Fr. José married us as ‘Mercedes and Geraldo’. After that, we were never sure if we were really married or not. “- Lucia D.

“My best friend back then and my husband’s best friend left our front desk and got hooked on our wedding suite. They missed the front desk and the bed was very used!”

“My best friend’s mother set her on fire with the unit candle during the ceremony. I decided not to have a unit candle after that.” – Kristin T.

“I had more dogs than people at my wedding and my future sister-in-law’s dog peed on my dress during the ceremony. Honestly, it was perfect, but it was further topped by her running forward and shouting ‘Whose dog is this?'” , Katelynn P.

“My husband was late for the wedding. And he was late for the divorce hearing.” – Judy R.

“My DJ got drunk and played the songs on my ‘don’t play, I hate’ song list!” – Shelley H.

“About two months before the wedding, I called the chapel to book a night for the wedding rehearsal and the phone went off. I left work with my fiancé to go to the chapel and no one opened the door. A woman walking her dog stopped to tell us that the owner’s / operator’s wife had run away with another man and all the money, including our deposit. The owner went after her. “- Cheryl G.

“Our drivers went to a bar to have a‘ beer ’while we took pictures and stayed for three beers; left the wedding stranded for 90 minutes. (My girlfriend) broke my nose with her elbow on the wedding night when I took her over the threshold. ”- Dan C.

“I went to the bridesmaid and knocked down the wedding cake and took it to the service table.” – Malinda R.

“My granddaughter couldn’t find her shoes and walked barefoot down the hall.” – Lolie H.

“For the day of our wedding, the air conditioner broke in the church that morning and it was 100 degrees. The pastor never said my correct name once. I was Cherry, Sheri, Carol. At our reception, the napkins had my name on them. Everyone left because we were very miserable and hot, and we all went out to dinner. — Cheryl T.

“Two days before our wedding, my husband and coworkers fought with elastic bands at work and one hit him in the eye and broke a blood vessel. The ophthalmologist put him to instant rest. The concern was that a clot would form and he would travel to his heart that could kill him. He had to stay in bed and do everything in bed. (His mother brought him a bottle to pee.) His best man stepped in for the rehearsal. In the wedding pictures, he wears a patch on his eye and was lightly drugged to keep calm during the ceremony. Then he had to go home and go straight to bed. ” – Teresa N.

“We got married outside with an impressive view. Everything was perfect until we were in the middle of our vows, when the garbage truck came to empty the bins of the place (where) we got married. All you hear in the video is the garbage truck and none of our votes “. – Terri B.

“When we got married, the chaplain had a parrot in his office. The only thing the parrot could sing were sea songs, all of them quite obscene. We listen to the ceremony tape and break it every time! ”- Carole W.

“My DJ was bitten by a snake getting ready for the wedding. So my 12-year-old nephew had to step in.” – Rebeca A.

“My sister fainted while standing on the altar as a bridesmaid. The priest never blinked and continued with the service. My father and another person ran, picked her up and put her aside where I could see her stretched out. “Look at her, she made me laugh. That’s all people remember about my wedding, which was almost 59 years ago.”

Frumpy Mom Here: The only catastrophe left this week is that I have so many great stories that I had no room for them all! So, I will do the second part next week to see more drunk schemes. Come with me then. And if you want to write me, I’m in mfisher@scng.com.

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