Wedding caterer shares 'creepy' story about groom's 'inappropriate' behavior during cake-cutting ceremony: 'I booked it away from them instantly'
No one understands the subtle nuances of sacred marriage like a wedding professional. Call it an occupational hazard, if you will, but after spending so much time around weddings and married couples, just start to grasp the tiny things that make a relationship work.
Recently, many of these wedding professionals decided to share some of the observations they made while at work. On the r / AskReddit forum, user @viratrim asked these people to reveal their "greatest" story this marriage won't last "- and boy, did they deliver?
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Here are some of the best stories from the thread.
1. The apathetic bride and groom
A photographer said that the bride and groom were unimpressed by their wedding at a "very unusual wedding" in Boca Raton.
The groom, who had already been divorced three times and was much older than his new wife, told the photographer he had no plans for a honeymoon. He said, 'Uh, she travels a lot with my dollar. But maybe we'll go somewhere later this year. "
Meanwhile, when asked what it felt like to be married, the bride replied, "Oh, it's okay. It's whatever. '"
"[A] remarkable quote from a guest I have over me: 'This is disgusting,'" added the photographer. Yikes
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2. The drunk groom
"[The] groom passed out not just once but twice during the ceremony," revealed one audio guy. “[With] smelling salts we apply it. Get him some water and orange juice ... go through the vows and yes, here he goes again, not that bad. [...] The poor bride has the worst expression on her face like omg what am I doing? "
The couple lasted six months.
3. The groom who went on a shopping spree
A wedding professional was working on a couple's wedding about 10 years ago - and while the reception was "pretty normal" it got worse immediately afterwards.
"It turned out that the day after the wedding, the groom took all the checks and cash they received and went shopping," they said. “Best Buy, Guitar Center, Dick's Sporting Goods, REI, and other similar stores. Spent like [$ 5,000] in five hours. Blown up all her money. I can't remember exactly what he got, but the most ridiculous thing I remembered was two times iPod touches. One for music and one for audio books. "
"It was all for stuff for him," they added. “I think he got her a backpack from REI. She wasn't in nature. "
4. The groom with a great secret
“My cousin got married. Came to find out he knocked another chick down and told her to have an abortion, go away, etc. She and her friend appeared at the wedding reception eight months pregnant, pounding drunk, and wearing a wedding dress and veil. “One person shared. "She hung out for a couple of hours drinking and laughing at everyone."
5. The Inappropriate Groom
A wedding restaurateur knew the marriage would not last when the groom, while cutting the cake, asked if he could lick the icing off my fingers while his new bride stood next to him.
"I picked my jaw off the floor and hid in the kitchen for the rest of the wedding," they said.
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