Worst Wedding You've Been To

Philippines
November 26, 2012 11:05pm CST
Hi Everyone! I'm just wondering what was the worst wedding you've been to? So far the wedding that I've attended to are great. The food is delicious, the guests are fun to be with, the host is funny. Everything went well. There's a possibility that it wasn't perfect but I know those are minor details that were not visible. How about you guys, what are your experiences?
8 responses
@hanson15 (13)
• United States
27 Nov 12
theres another one. The lights and sounds team. They have a very poor service with the reception. So since its a wedding. The playlist that the bride give to them. They lost the playlist. What available songs for the receptions are call me maybe, gangnam style. Instead of playing sweet songs. The lights that they paid are quite expensive. But they delivered with very poor service.
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• Philippines
29 Nov 12
Losing the playlist is very unprofessional. The couple must've spend hours searching for songs and compiling it. Then all they have in their reception are upbeat songs that doesn't even describe a wedding or love. I hope the suppliers will deliver what they promised. I mean they are being paid for their services and if it's expensive then they should provide quality service.
• United States
29 Nov 12
These supplier is famous because they are the suppliers of carmina and zoren legaspi. They are artist here in the philippines in which their wedding became famous this year. If you will look the lights and sounds in their wedding its very professional. But i think they are just good if the clients are artist.
• Philippines
5 Dec 12
Yes, sometimes suppliers (whether wedding or any other occassions) treat celebrities extra special. Well, they should be because the celebrities can make or break their business but still they shouldn't treat other clients less. Everyone paid for their services whether a celebrity or commoner.
@Raine38 (9115)
• United States
27 Nov 12
I think in every wedding, there will always be some mishaps, from the very small details up to the bigger ones but it will all be well in the end after all's said and done. For me, the worst wedding that I've attended is the one where there is no love between the couple. We are friends with the groom and it turns out that he got the girl pregnant. It was more of a shotgun wedding, since the girl isn't even his girlfriend. His real girlfriend of course is not there and just a night of fun went wrong so the girl's family is pressuring him and his family to marry her. For their families' sake, he just relented but everyone there can clearly see that he's not happy, even the priest who officiated it made a slight comment on that because he's like practically scowling during the recital of vows. The bride is almost in tears. It felt so wrong.
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• Philippines
27 Nov 12
Oh no! I agree, a wedding without love is the worst of all. I can't really comment on your response. I just find it sad but it does happen in real life. I remember a high school batchmate. He got a girl pregnant and both the family were telling him to marry the girl. He got pressured and killed himself.
• Philippines
29 Nov 12
I haven't heard from my batchmate's family after our graduation but I'm hoping that they are good and found peace.
@JamesKYTan (1607)
• Malaysia
27 Nov 12
Weddings is in the air. One of my relative's son wedding is coming this weekend. I can't attend it because I am in China for holiday. So far all the weddings I attended were great except most of it the dinner start late .. Hungry! There is one wedding due to heavy rain, most of the guests came late. I have to wait for 2 hours to eat. To me that will be worse type of wedding.
• Philippines
27 Nov 12
too bad you can't attend the wedding of your relative's son. Yeah, waiting for the food sometimes makes us feel impatient. Well maybe they should have some appetizers like nachos, nuts, or cheese. Guests can munch on this while waiting for the main course.
2 Mar 13
yep that is an awesome idea.. good thing you were able to put it into action at your marriage! :D lol congratulations to you and to enoch
@zurichann (235)
• Philippines
15 Dec 12
I have just attended a wedding twice. First was when I was 7 year old, as a flower girl. Second was couple of moths ago with my boyfriend. It was the wedding of his close friend. I just felt a bit awkward because his ex girlfriend was also there. Though he had been very careful and sensitive with my feelings. The next wedding I will be attending to will be by the end of this year. It's the wedding of his old friend whom he used to court with. I'm sure I would still be feeling awkward again.
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• Philippines
18 Dec 12
Yeah, I think that's really an awkward situation but at least you've passed it and nothing weird happened.
@Shavkat (63616)
• Philippines
7 Dec 12
Like you've said, I never had witness a worst matrimony. The only matters for seeing my loved one unite to build a new family. Being with close friends and family take all the credit in sharing the special moments.
• Philippines
7 Dec 12
You are right! At the end of the day, the love and commitment of the newlyweds are highlighted. The DIYs, food, and all others are something that are nice to have.
@hanson15 (13)
• United States
27 Nov 12
The worst wedding that i have experience so far is in a place in the province. It takes 3 hours to go there. The reception place have no air cons and it's really hot. The reception time is lunch. After we are done for lunch. The program begins. There's a part of the program where each of the guest have been called and you have to give money to the couple. AFter you give money to the couple the emcee will count how much you will give and put them on the bowl. I think most of the visitors are shocked and not used to that. So almost everyone of the visitors left. I think only 1 table left that time. Even the parents of the bride and groom left. So the emcee keep calling one of my friend and after the other. But they don't give money. After that we also left. So the program has not been finished. Its turns like eat and run because of the program flow. Yuck!
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• Philippines
27 Nov 12
Wow! Talk about culture shock. I don't think I'll be able to tolerate the fact that the host will call my name and ask me to give money and then announce the amount. I mean it's a wedding and not a charity event. I feel sorry for the newlyweds, the people left them immediately. This is one really funny experience.
@Iriene88 (5352)
• Malaysia
27 Nov 12
Oh.. I hope not. I always love to attend weddings. I love to see the beautiful bride, the elegantly decorated wedding banquet, the beautiful bows on the wedding car and the married vow. However, I would say my wedding is not perfect because the chauffeur who supposed to fetch us for our own wedding dinner did not turn up in time due to rain and traffic jam. We ended up calling the taxi to fetch up. Imagine ... the guests are waiting for us.
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• Philippines
27 Nov 12
Oh gosh! How long have you been gone? I think the guests understand the delay because as you've said it was raining and the traffic is heavy.
@jenny1015 (13389)
• Philippines
27 Nov 12
I have never been to a wedding that I did not feel good about it. So far, all the weddings that I have been invited to has a unique touch of the couple and that they have created something magical in a way that makes their wedding a real beautiful one.
• Philippines
27 Nov 12
we have the same experiences.