10 Of The Worst Wedding Ideas Ever

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Almost everyone will have been to a wedding at some point during their life. They are joyous occasions that see a couple getting married and are generally viewed as one of the most important events in a relationship. They also allow people to meet up with their friends and families, have some fun and possible even indulge in a few drinks. However, they take a lot of planning to pull off, often taking months to organize, especially if the couple have some big ideas about what they want to do. Sometimes though, these ideas can prove to be slightly off the mark.

Big Dress

There’s nothing wrong with having an eye-catching dress at your own wedding but it is probably best for it to not be quite as big as this one.

It’s A Trap

Unfortunately, this couple didn’t realize the mistake they had made in choosing a Star Wars theme until it was too late.

Underpants Alert

Someone obviously thought this would make for a great photo opportunity rather than an invasion by almost naked men.


Even if you love McDonalds, you would probably realize that having your wedding at one of the fast food restaurants wasn’t the best of ideas.

Tractor Trouble

If you have a tractor at your wedding it means you can easily shovel snow out of the way and ensure you can get a photograph without having to get your feet all wet and cold.

Outside Occasion

This couple probably thought that having everyone wear little clothing for their outside wedding would prevent them from getting too hot and sweaty.

Panda Wedding

It’s going to be hard to explain to the grandchildren why there was a person dressed up as panda at their wedding, even if it seemed like a fun idea at the time.

Bride Cake

What bride wouldn’t want a giant cake made in their own likeness? From the look on her face though, not this one.

Elephant Attack

When somebody suggested bringing an elephant to the wedding, the couple most likely thought it was a great idea – until it tried to eat the bride.

Graffiti Dress

It’s hard to add more of a personal touch to a wedding than tagging the clothing that everyone is wearing.