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
It's a rare wedding where something doesn't go wrong, but the size of the failure is the difference between a slight bump and a lifetime memory. Earlier this week, Jimmy Fallon asked people to tell what went wrong at their wedding on Twitter. I don't know if he's done a segment about them on The Tonight Show yet, but people are still contributing with the hashtag #weddingfail.
Phone went off in the middle of a ceremony. The middle-aged Priest was unamused, paused the ceremony and started lecturing on the etiquette of church service. Turns out it was his phone ringing. #WeddingFail— Jazz Lover (@JazzLov05299135) May 15, 2018
Some them were dredged up from many years ago, the kind of stories that families tell during every holiday gathering.