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    Text - Two weeks ago....bridezilla kicked the groom's sizter out of the wedding because she had to wear a bra. Why? The sister was quite buxom and would fall out of the dress. She is very aware of this and is embarrassed. The bride and her mom downdressed her very verbally for 30 minutes then kicked her out. Groom was not informed. The next day, the did it again infront of the whole wedding entourage including the groom's parents. Everyone agreed the bride and her mom were supreme assholes.
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    Text - A girl I know, I'll call her Kate, was bridesmaid at a wedding. On the morning of the wedding the bride had a full on screaming bitch fit and demoted Kate from being bridesmaid because she had decided that Kate looked too pretty after having her makeup done and bride wanted to be the prettiest
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    Text - Bride RESENTED the decision to do the wedding on this day because she was on her period and was overly dramatic about his suit not being "elegantly fitting for her wedding" and not matching her "fabulous dress"
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    Text - I worked at a hotel for years as a banquet manager I've worked hundreds of weddings. I've never encountered a bride to be that bad, I've always found it's the mother of the groom for some reason that I want to punch in the face.
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    Text - At my friends wedding, it was maid of honor-zilla. She micromanaged anyone and everyone, from the event staff, to the caterers, to the photographers. Basically, she just made everyone's job twice as hard and was a pretentious bitch about it. What made me frustrated was that the groomsmen had our separate room where we were getting dressed and had our own photographer who was trying to take as natural of photos as possible. She just walks right in and starts making her demands, telling us
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    Text - I've been to something like 70 weddings, worked as a waiter and busboy at a banquet hall. in my experience, the brides mother is the real terror. usually because, at least in my experience, its her and the father actually paying for everything. I saw the brides mother, leading a pack of bridesmaids like hunting dogs straining at their leashes, corner a co worker and threaten to have the mafia violate and kill his family if he didn't re fold the napkins at every place setting.
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    Text - Had a bride walk into the bridal salon where I worked to pick up her wedding dress, bridesmaid dresses etc. She was in a bad mood and proceeded to tell me and my co workers why... "I am SO pissed off one of my bridesmaids won't be able to attend my wedding (it was the day before her wedding). All of us answered "why?!" Super concerned. She said "her brother got in a car accident or something and ended up killing someone" proceeds to roll her eyes I can't believe she would drop out of my w
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    Text - Bride slapped her husband and left him at the alter as he was wearing a red tie instead of a bright pink flowery one that she wanted all the men to wear to fit in with her "pink princess wedding", she told him in a text that he had "ruined her special day". Only her nephew was wearing the tie, he was a 1 year old
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    Text - I was working at a catering company back in high school. At one job, I saw the mother of the bride at a wedding pick up the carving knife at the beef carving station and almost stab the guy responsible for the beef. She stopped herself before doing it, but the guy had genuine terror in his eyes.
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    Text - I was MOH for an ex friend, and though she did t freak out at much as some of these people, she didn't actually marry the groom Yes you read right. They threw a big expensive wedding and asked everyone for gifts but did not really get married. On Facebook for almost a year she's been reposting pictures from the wedding, talking about how he "grabs the booty" and how much she loves her "husband". Every single person I tell this to finds it super weird
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    Text - My mother owned a floral shop while I was growing up, so I witnessed on several occasions brides bringing samples of the fabric of their gown to make sure that the flowers matched perfectly or wanting some insane color that nature just didn't grow naturally. My mother had a consult with a bride and the brides mother, who for one, was extremely condescending and the mother kept calling candelabras candle bras. My mother attempted to correct the woman by simply repeating back to her that sh
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    Text - Hub's cousin. Her dress cost more than our wedding. Her wedding, all told, could have bought a respectable home for the young couple. The honeymoon could have bought a nice new car. If you've got the money for a wedding like that, great, but she didn't. She just pitched tantrums until her parents and her fiance went into MASSIVE debt for it. But the moment that really sealed it for me was when she barred certain family members from being in her family wedding photo because they weren't dr
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    Text - My sister claimed that I said that I felt sorry for her, when in fact I said I am really happy for her. She then didn't speak to me or deal with me the rest of the wedding and turned her party against me. She only talks about her wedding (2 years out). It was unnecessary drama produced for no reason other than to be the victim and even more of the center of attention, really for all times. All other witnesses, including my father, heard me say I was happy for her. This is after I planned
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    Text - I used to video tape weddings for a living and saw a lot of shit, but the one thing that will always stand out is seeing a bride cry at her own wedding because it just dawned on her that her new husband is an asshole. or maybe she knew all along and it took the reality of the wedding to wake her up. don't know.
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    Text - I don't know if it's neccessarily bridezilla, but at my friend's wedding the bride was having a social anxiety freakout. People were joking about how she was not going to make it down the aisle. Someone notifies the groom who rushes into her dressing room. Comes out about 30 seconds later. Grabs two shots of whiskey at the bar and runs back into the dressing room. Pretty sure they were both for her. She successfully made it down the aisle.
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    Text - My cousin, who got married just about four years ago, kept insisting that she was getting married outside for her wedding. Now mind you this wedding was going to be in New Jersey in November and could have gone two ways. It could be decent or snotty as fuck. As it turns out it was the latter. The night before, which happened to be Halloween, she kept insisting that it was going be outside. I told her right then and there that "my 83 year old grandmother is not sitting outside and will be
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    Text - My sister's best friend is getting married this year. They both work minimum wage jobs yet have reserved tens of thousands of dollars of wedding vendors/stuff. She went on facebook asking how she's going to pay for it and everyone commented telling her to do something simple if they can't afford it. She replied to every comment saying everything's booked, it's just a matter of coming up with the money now. She set up a gofundme and no one donated. It took all my strength not to comment an
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    Text - Saw a women in a wedding dress, screaming about all these fucking freaks being at her wedding. She scheduled her wedding at the same hotel as Acen that year, one of the largest anime conventions in the country. She was not happy and seemed to think that the hotel was her and her guests for the weekend
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    Text - My good friend was getting married, and I was meeting her for lunch. She had mailed out RSVPS with stamps included for people to mail back. I called to coordinate meeting up, and said "oh hey, and I have my RSVP right here, I can give it to you." She flipped out because I would be wasting the stamp they bought. "Dude, just put it in the mail like you're supposed to!" She was dead serious -- furious that I would waste the stamp I still brought it so I could drop it in the mailbox while I w
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    Text - It's online, not IRL, but I once saw an email from a bride to her bridesmaids that detailed all the things they were expected to do for her in preparation for the wedding. Some items included losing weight, coloring their hair so they would look the same, expecting multiple lavish parties thrown in her honor by them, and much more. Another online thing I saw showed a text exchange between a bride/groom and one of their guests, who "only" brought a $50 gift or something, lambasting the gue
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    Text - My sister in law threw a massive fit because my other brother proposed to his girlfriend and they wanted to get married in the same year, but months apart (June vs December) She said it was her special year and didn't want her attention taken, sven though they waited 3 years to get married. My other brother ended up just waiting till January the next year.
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    Text - My sister caused a huge scene at her wedding dinner because I (the maid of honor) did not want to do a speech. She knows I am deathly afraid of public speaking, I had nothing prepared and it was never expressed to me that she wanted me to say something. It still hurts my feeling to this day that she was so mean to me in front of all those people. edit: I should clarify that it was more of an informal wedding and she was the maid of honor at my wedding and didn't speak. I care about people
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    Text - Ex-mother in law attacked my mother... literally pushed her into a booth and climbed on top of her ready to start beating her up. A good friend of mine grabbed the bitch and held her while some friends came and got me. I called her a cunt and told her to get the fuck out of our wedding. Meanwhile, her 15 year old daughter was drunk and doing coke, booty dancing with no underwear. They called the cops on my mom, and were promptly told they would be arrested if they didn't leave. My new (no
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    Text - How about sister-zilla? We were planning the wedding for my wife and I My sister threw a shit fit because I'd been previously engaged to a girl several years beforehand, and she'd been told then that she could be a bridesmaid. She thought this carried across fiances. Even my mom sided with her. We canceled having any sort of big wedding and had a very simple ceremony at a friend's grandpa's church with no bridesmaids or groomsmen.
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    Text - At my wedding, it was a double matronzilla moment when both of the mothers-in-law showed up at the wedding wearing white dresses. I'm dumb enough that I didn't realize that's ordinarily (1) a huge no-no and (2) really, really petty and spoiled. My wife was awesome enough to not care what anyone else was wearing.
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    Text - My fiancee's friend kicked out one of her bridesmaids because she "might be pregnant" and didn't want a baby bump to mess up her wedding photos. She also demoted her maid of honor to bridesmaid and made my fiancee MOH because the other girl couldn't rent a car in a timely fashion for her bachelorette
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    Text - I was 17 and my dad was marrying a terrible woman. She made my brother and I walk my dad down the aisle. No big deal, whatever. When the wedding was over, I was summoned to her hotel room so she could scream at me that I looked bored when I was standing next to my dad and I ruined her whole wedding. She then proceeded to tell me that I was not allowed to live with her and her children at her house and had to live at my dad's house alone, where he would visit me on weekends. Five months la
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