The Biggest Wedding Faux Pas

Being a guest at a wedding should be a simple thing. You get a dress, buy a gift and show up, how hard is that? But it turns out, a lot of folks are making big mistakes when it comes to a bride and groom’s big day, and even if they have the best intentions, guests can be doing things all wrong. 

Well, a new UK survey, which could easily translate here, asked folks about the most inappropriate and rude behavior they’ve witnessed at a wedding and those answers have now translated into a list of the 20 biggest wedding guest blunders.

Topping the list is the tasteless best man speech, with more than a third of folks saying they’ve experienced a speech where the best man mentioned a past girlfriend or an unflattering experience that really didn’t need to be shared. Another big blunder – leaving before the end of the night’s speeches, which means there’s no such thing as quietly ducking out early. 

20 Worst Wedding Faux Pas

  1. Bad taste best man's speech
  2. Leaving before the reception speeches are finished
  3. Guests wearing outfits that are far too revealing
  4. Wearing all white or all black
  5. Bringing someone who was not invited/failing to RSVP but turning up/arriving late/changing table places
  6. Taking flash photography at the ceremony
  7. Wearing a dress very similar to the bridesmaids
  8. Blocking out the view of others in church with very large brimmed hats
  9. Wearing sunglasses in church
  10. Getting drunk/rowing and causing a scene
  11. Forgetting to turn the ringer off your mobile phone for the ceremony or speeches
  12. Turning up in jeans
  13. Being too aggressive when trying to catch the bride's bouquet
  14. Mistakenly wearing black tie and dinner jacket
  15. Arguing with partner
  16. Aggressive dad dancing
  17. Photo bombing official photos
  18. Posting on social media when asked not to
  19. Forgetting the names of the bride and grooms parents
  20. Trying to chat up the bride or flirt with the groom

Source: The Daily Mail

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