Worst Party Blunders Slideshow
Not to stress out any anxious brides and grooms out there, but pretty much everything can go wrong at a wedding. Caterers could screw up, the cake could hit the floor, two serial pickup merchants could crash the party looking for one night stands only to fall in love — oh, wait, that’s Wedding Crashers. You get the point. There are enough wedding pitfalls to sustain another century of situational comedies. But there’s one particularly crucial moment, the toast, that’s potentially rife with danger.
The toast is just one potentially disastrous wedding moment. There are plenty of other opportunities for guests to do things to send the bride to the bar. Sure, there’s the obvious, like drinking too much (is the consensus that that’s generally considered the worst party blunder of all time?), but there are plenty others.
Not enough? Want more? Chomping at the bit to find out what some of the all-time worst party fouls are? Check out what this highly experienced group of event planners decided were the 15 worst party fouls one could ever make.
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