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Tell Us About Your Craziest #WeddingMishap! Plus, Enter Our @SheSpeaksUp Amazon Gift Card Giveaway!

Tell Us About Your Craziest #WeddingMishap! Plus, Enter Our @SheSpeaksUp Amazon Gift Card Giveaway!

Brides all want their wedding day to be perfect, but sadly, that is not always how it turns out. From rainy weather to falls down the aisle to an embarrassing guest, we have all seen something at a wedding that we wish didn’t happen. We just hope that everyone can laugh about it later!

What surprise happened at a wedding you attended… or at your own? Briefly tell us in the comments section below - we will randomly select three winners who will each get a $25 Amazon gift card!

In addition, our favorite stories will be featured in a future SheSpeaks newsletter. And as a thank you to those who are selected, comments we use in our newsletter will also receive a $25 Amazon gift card.

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*Three lucky commenters will be chosen at random to receive a $25 Amazon gift card. Giveaway is open through May 29th, 2016 to U.S. residents at least 18 years of age. Entrants must be a member of SheSpeaks. If you are not a member, click here to join. Winner will be notified by email. We will also notify those who submit comments that will be included in a future newsletter by email. Stories may be slightly edited for publication.

Update: Thanks to all for entering! The winners are SheSpeaks members MusicLady1022, Duhduhdestany, and sammosam. Congrats to them!

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  • linzsnoop By linzsnoop
    05.11.16  

    we attended a wedding years ago that was struck by a tropical storm. it was supposed to be an outdoor wedding, but the chairs and everything were getting knocked around and things were getting really messy. the reception ran off a generator, so the lights for the whole place were quite dim most of the time. food was lukewarm. noone was surprised when about 14 months later the bride left the groom....her mistake. he is a fantastic guy! but anyway, the relationship was not a good one, so i guess the odd experience makes sense looking back on it.

  • MomOnTheEdge By MomOnTheEdge
    05.11.16  

    Not very exciting, but our best man didn't show up at our wedding.

  • tara19652006 By tara19652006
    05.11.16  

    My husband pulled a chicken and boxers out of my dress when he went for my garter.

  • mcasella By mcasella
    05.11.16  

    A friend called me up and said the groom just wasn't ready. I'm not sure if she meant literally or figuratively. I think it was she who wasn't ready.

  • Hywelda9 By Hywelda9
    05.11.16  

    While sitting at the head table during her wedding, a friend of mine was getting up for a dance, when her shoe got caught on the edge of her wedding gown. It happened so fast, but she sort of spun around and then upside down width the chair kind of on top of her and the wedding gown spread out all over her head and body, and arms and legs flailing, like an upside-down turtle. What make it even worse was that her husband just stood there for about five seconds, not knowing what to do! She was okay, but to this day, everybody remembers that wedding!

  • CathBrad By CathBrad
    05.11.16  

    Well my first marriage was doomed from the start, I passed out, got sick and when our pictures came back, none of them turned out! It was terrible!

  • plong22 By plong22
    05.11.16  

    We have a picture when during the kiss the ring bearer is leaning way over trying to see what is going on.

  • vieprivee1 By vieprivee1
    05.11.16  

    My sister was at the end of her wedding ceremony and when she and her new husband were about to walk down the aisle. The best man tripped and fell into my sister, knocking her down. Nobody was hurt but it was not something that anyone would like to repeat. Everyone got back up and walked down the aisle. WHEW!

  • SimplyKristi By SimplyKristi
    05.11.16  

    During our vows, my husband stated "with this wing, I thee Wed" .... apparently he was hungry. Then to top it off, the next day he lost his wedding band in the Gulf of Mexico, while playing football on the beach with friends. We ended up spending part of our wedding money to try and locate the ring! (It was found!!!!)

  • smargo8 By smargo8
    05.11.16  

    My older sister was 4 months pregnant with her first child and was a chuppah holder at my wedding. During the ceremony, she decided to make a scene and started breathing hard and saying she had to sit down IMMEDIATELY. (She was really fine the whole time.) Our youngest sister (10 years old!) then had to step in and take over the pole holding. Got it all on video...

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