Wedding is probably the most important day of anyone’s life. And you’d to anything to everything to make it perfect. But what if somebody decides to step in and steal the limelight from you. God forbid if anybody comes across such a “best man” who decided to ruin the wedding ceremony for this couple.
Well, I don’t know about you, but I’ll be surely beyond devastated. And, to put a cherry on the top, it is the best who ruins your perfect day.
Unless you’re the “I’d rather save for the future plans” type, Wedding ceremony is something you wait and save your whole life for. I mean who doesn’t? And it really is a very big deal for the couple.
The BIG FAT WEDDINGS are the new trend, and mind you nothing is as cheap and easily available as you want it to be. From the church bookings to the reception catering, everything costs a fortune.
But what if all of a sudden, someone decides to pop up and steal the show, and make the day memorable for themselves rather than letting the bride and the groom have their special day? Do I even need to answer that!
This couple has gone through the trauma of getting kicked to the curb by the best man and his girlfriend without even getting paid a dime for it.
Back in May, a women wrote to the Slate’s “Dear Prudence” column about how their wedding ceremony was destroyed by the groom’s best man
Now, to unfold a few thing, the wedding had cost them $80,000. And they’d been pushing it off for years and waiting until they could afford it.
The Big day finally arrived, everybody was really excited about everything being perfect. “My mom may have used the phrase hallelujah a few dozen times. The entire atmosphere felt moving,” wrote the bride.
I’m sure you know that there is a time when the Father asks whether anybody has any objections. Well, this guy aka the groom’s best friend John, decided to step in mid ceremony and propose his girlfriend. They even decided to reveal their pregnancy after he proposed to her.
Everything just got from bad to worse after that, the bride said that she couldn’t hear her husband’s vows amidst the sobbing and guests congratulating Jane (not the virgin!).
Even the videographer cut to her frequently during the ceremony.
Just when you think that this can’t get any worse, wait. During his speech at the reception, he just kept on talking about his future plans with his now fiance Jane rather than talking about the Just Married couple. And also asked the band for a separate dance for him and his girlfriend.
Obviously their friendship broke, but there were some people who thought that they were reacting too much and should just get over it! I mean like seriously?! She said to “Dear Prudence” that her husband often jokingly says that he will forgive John when he brings up a $40000 check for “half the wedding”.
She asked the writers to share their views about, “Do you think John’s behavior warrants the end of a long-term friendship, or are we angry over nothing?”
And boy oh boy are the people mad over best man John and Jane for ruining the wedding ceremony or not!
“I have a new fear for my wedding now. Wow, just reading this is making me so angry! I don’t think I could ever forgive someone who does that at my wedding. Not only because they ruined my wedding, but they also just seem like horrible human beings (or completely clueless and stupid at best).” – squishysquid624
“During their wedding, announce that you’re pregnant. Turnabout is fair play.” – nyokarose
“Holy smokes that’s a narcissist in action! Yeah, that’s OK to be completely mad about. Absolutely OK to end the friendship.” – curiousjosh
“I feel like this is one of those things that’s OK only if you OKed it with the bride and groom first and not during the ceremony. It would be bad enough during the reception. Yes I would be pissed, and angry every time I think about it.” – redblueorange