#Weddingfail: These hilarious wedding disaster stories will make you feel much better about your own nuptial mishaps
From birdseed confetti showers to a glorious mid-ceremony phone calls, wedding guests share their funniest (and most cringe-worthy) moments
No matter how much you plan for your wedding, something will go wrong on the day.
But that's not necessarily such a bad thing!
Wedding mishaps are par for the course on a day brimming with excitement and mixed in with rather unfamiliar formality (for most) but often it's the things that go wrong that become the highlights of the day. Even if you only see it a few days (or months) after.
So while the pre-wedding drama from the British royal wedding captured the world's attention, US 'Late Show' talk show host Jimmy Fallon decided to put Meghan's family woes into perspective by asking his viewers about the worst thing they've ever experienced at a wedding.
And of course he received some rather hilarious responses.
Here's some of the funniest #weddingfails people came back with.
My brother had the brilliant idea to toss my sister in the air during the family photos thinking it would make a funny pic, but didn't tell me he was actually going to do it and then dropped her. #WeddingFail He was right about it being a funny picture though. pic.twitter.com/bdY955retd— Alissa Haight (@haighteraide) May 15, 2018
I thought it was assumed that I, the MOH, should catch the bouquet. I ended up fighting a 10 year old for it, and after yelling “Please I’m 24,” I decided to let her have it because she’ll probably get married before me anyway. Then her mom made her give it back. #WeddingFail pic.twitter.com/0XlCDb1sc3— Amber Wiser (@awise1214) May 16, 2018
The best man, during his speech, said if he would have met the bride first he would be the one getting married. #WeddingFail— CraigT (@CraigT_77) May 15, 2018
Guests were questioning my relationship with my father when Let's Get it On by Marvin Gaye was played by accident for the Father/Daughter dance. #WeddingFail— Leanne Smith (@smith_127) May 15, 2018
We were married a week before Christmas, and someone thought it would be cute to throw fake glitter snow on us. My husband got an entire bucket of glitter in his face... most of which got into his mouth #weddingfail pic.twitter.com/E0S7FbZSy0— Chyan Milne (@Chyanmilne) May 15, 2018
The dj cut short our first dance because it was “too long” and “no one was into it” and it was “time to move things along” #weddingfail— Kristina C. Dunn (@KristinaCorine) May 15, 2018
My 4 year old cousin was the flower girl at her aunt’s wedding - confused about her role and what she was celebrating, she sang Happy Birthday the whole way down the aisle... #WeddingFail— Ellie Nuzum (@heyitseleanore) May 15, 2018
My Dad walked me down the aisle, hugged me, looked at groom and blanked. Finally he said, "Well, have at her." #WeddingFail— SoManyThoughts (@IsThisAll4Real) May 17, 2018