20 Hilarious Times Weddings Were Anything But Boring

Your wedding day. A magical gathering of friends and family, together to celebrate the love between you and your other half. It's beautiful, it's heartwarming, and oftentimes, it's also pretty silly.

Whether it be an accident or something planned, the weddings in this list were anything but boring. Something to aim for when us unwed folk decide to tie the knot!

"Asked my sister if my nephew was enjoying the wedding; this is the picture she sent back."

It's a good picture, but it doesn't really answer the question. Is he enjoying it or not? Sure he looks murderous, but he could be smiling under there for all we know.

"My friends got married and his wife asked if she could sit in the judge's chair. The judge said 'only if you wear my robe'."

Not only did they have a cool judge, but she looks like she had a blast too. She saw her opportunity, took it, and made the most out of it. She knows how to live.

"Our niece wasn't thrilled about the first kiss."

I do wonder what causes the almost universal experience of thinking kissing is gross when you're a kid. Is there anti-kiss propaganda out there that we adults just don't pick up on?

"One in three people think weddings are dumb."

Maybe it's more than anti-kiss propaganda. Maybe it's anti-wedding, seeing as this young girl doesn't seem to be enjoying herself either. Or maybe they both just have their priorities straight and don't see the point in getting distracted by something like "love." Good for them.

"My buddy went to a wedding last weekend and this swan wouldn't stop staring at him through the door."

Have you never been to a wedding while single? Longing for the love and connection between the bride and groom? Just because he wasn't invited, doesn't mean this guy doesn't feel the same way. He's allowed to gaze upon the happy couple and year, just like we are.

"My sister just got married, she asked me to save her a newspaper from her wedding day."

She didn't say it had to be the newspaper from their city, right? Shop around, visit some other counties, there has to be a positive one somewhere, right?

"Just found this picture of my grandma in a wonderful hat at my aunt’s wedding."

This is the perfect way to let everyone there know you object to the marriage without making a whole scene during the ceremony. Not quite subtle, but subtle enough.

"Got married last week, our dog decided to steal the show by scooting his butt down the isle."

The dog saw that too many eyes were on his owners and not him. He's the good boy, so he should be getting the attention! Luckily, he had the perfect plan to make sure everyone was focused on him instead.

"A wedding invitation, A chair and a sandwich..."

Anyone who needs to do this should be grateful that they're being let into the wedding at all without RSVP-ing. This is also the perfect opportunity tor really make a show of it, don't just bring a sandwich, bring a whole buffet.

"So I saw this girl summoning Satan at my friend's wedding."

Yet another young girl who's really not enjoying this wedding. For her though, it's moved from 'passive disinterest' to 'active attempts at sabotaging the event'. She must be really bored.

"My friend got married near where they film the tv show *Vikings* and this happened."

I think this might be the best possible thing that could happen at any wedding ever. If your wedding doesn't involve a viking raid, I won't be going.

"My friends got their wedding pictures back. The photographer had a little fun."

My, that sure is a...handsome baby. Look at all that hair, facial hair! And the groom, he doesn't look a day over, uh...let's skip that part.

"I was recently the flower MAN in a wedding."

And it looks like you did a fabulous job of it too! You had height on those petals, flourish, personality! You gave the performance of a lifetime, bravo!

"Buddy of mine who stepped up and got married."

Here's hoping he carries that around for their entire marriage, otherwise he should get used to platform shoes. Maybe stilts.

"Decided to levitate at my wedding last month. No photoshop used."

What better day than your wedding day to reveal to your wife that you've been hiding superpowers from her this whole time. She doesn't seem to mind, though.

An unsolved mystery.

Reddit | lucid_scheme

As the uploader explained in the title, "A friend of mine had his wedding today. The Best Man is asked for the rings, the groom holds his hand out and the Best Man plays the 'I don't have them' card. Everyone checks pockets...and no one has the rings. Then...this guy rolls in."

The best part about this is that they don't even tell us if this guy had the rings!

"I was recently the best man at a wedding in the Caribbean."

Best man in name and in behavior. Just from this photo alone, it's easy to see this guy is the life of any party he goes to. With that kind of confidence, he has to be!

"Attended a wedding yesterday. Tried to grab a picture of the Bride and Groom. The result was not disappointing."

I know these photos were after the wedding, but I so wish they'd happened beforehand, so they could then invite the hotdog girl to be part of their wedding party and be a featured character in the whole thing.

"A reporter was having her wedding when the quake hit Sichuan today. She went to work immediately."

That's definitely a memorable wedding day. An earthquake, followed by your wife running off to work? At least they don't need a wedding photographer, just grab stills from her broadcast.

"7 Years ago today my wife and I got married. She asked me and my buddies to only take serious pics."

And expecting you to listen to that request was seemingly her first mistake. You're getting married, surely she knew you well enough by then to know that even asking for serious photos was a lost cause?

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