We are all different, and a picture of an ideal wedding differs from one person to another. But it's one thing to be quirky and funny and another to be just plain trashy.
People often go overboard in their effort to outdo other weddings they've been to or to be unique. But at least they've got one thing right- their weddings were undoubtedly unique. And not in a good way.
Weddings involve a lot of planning, work, and money. Some people want to avoid all that by leaving it all for the guests to handle.
We have to mention that bringing food to a wedding is a custom in some communities (Mormons, for instance) and can actually be awesome. People bring different food, place it all on large tables, and it's the best and most colorful buffet ever.
But taking people to a restaurant and not telling them that they have to pay their own bill is something completely different. And not making a reservation is even worse.
Can you imagine a wedding party coming to a restaurant and waiting for the tables to be free – one by one? A Redditor going by the name u/765maly asked a question: "What's the trashiest wedding you've been to?"
After that, the answers started pouring in. We have chosen 20 of the most interesting ones, and we hope you will like them. Just don't (please) find them inspirational….
What do you think of these weddings? It’s too bad we didn’t get a marital status update for all of these people.
We wonder if their marriages lasted. Nope - we are wondering how long they have lasted….Month, days, hours….
If you want to get married in a beautiful meadow, underneath a tree, with just a couple of your closest people there – that’s romantic, intimate, and wonderful. You can sit on blankets, have a picnic, and create a wonderful memory for your family and closest friends.
But if you invite 80, 100, or more people, it stops being intimate and cozy. With so many people, it’s a reception, not a gathering of family and friends.
And then -a whole different set of rules apply...