Try Not to Cringe As Jimmy Fallon Shares People’s Wedding Fails
In the latest installment, it's tougher to make it through without feeling sympathy for the poor soul sharing the story. Fallon asked Tonight Show viewers to share stories of their wedding disasters on Twitter using the hashtag #WeddingFail. The fails were delivered en masse. The ones selected to appear on the show include a dad who got his son-in-law's name wrong and a butterfly massacre.
The best tweet of the lot might be one about mothers who went MIA. It has layers to it. "Both of our moms missed the reception because they were trapped in the elevator," tweeted @Laura_Hartleytx. "They forgot to press the button for level one." It's fun to make family memories.
Here are a few more gems that didn't make the show.
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
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
These are almost as bad as these horror stories wedding planners shared on Reddit. Watch the Fallon video above and then start hoping these nightmare scenarios don't happen to anyone you know.