Nothing can prepare the bridal couple for a wedding day disaster of this magnitude. Caught on camera mere seconds before the three-tier cake’s fateful demise, this wedding memory will be etched in their minds forever. Please say the top tier did not hit the floor!
Now, we know the cake falling is an absolute disaster, but we see something far more wors than that. Look at the groom’s facial expression. He knows he’s going to have a rough night with his bride as she is going to have to find someone to blame for this chaos, and it’s going to have to be him. he knows what coming, He is already 10 miles ahead in thought.
Who put Jack in charge of the cake? All he had to do was retrieve the cake from the back of the minivan and set it on the cake table not even fifty feet away. Why Jack? Why? Everyone knows he’s an accident waiting to happen. Wait one minute. That guy on the left with his foot slightly raised....oh my God, did he trip Jack?!
Ok, we get you. It's staged. The shocked impression on those girls' faces is not real, the cake is flying in the air without a drop of frosting moving, and the groom should have been in tears of something like this would have happened. But now, seriously, could you imagine what if?
Who thought this would be a good idea? Pile the entire wedding party on a rickety old dock and see what happens. Total panic. Obviously. All ready-to-get-married couples try to make their special day memorable and different. They all try to think out of the box and amaze their guests ( and themselves) with a special moment during the ceremony or a spectacular surprise during the dancing.
But no, that wasn't enough, and like this couple, a unique snapshot in a place no bride or groom have even been before had to be their special touch. Out of all the places in the world, that's the best they could come up with. An old wobbly doc?
We would love to know what kind of food was served at the reception to make the bride's tongue go blue like that. Perhaps she realized she didn't have her 'something blue' and got some last-minute blue candy to sort it out. We love this bride for going with the flow and are willing to have her snapshot taken.
Not all women are as easygoing as she is, especially not on the big day. And the more we think of it, the more we like it. It could work as a great concept for brides who can't find or want to have a different and unique something blue and don't want to ditch the tradition.
The Beach Boy
There's nothing like the beach as a background for the perfect wedding photoshoot. The sea, the sand, and the sky make for an ideal setting. The beautiful bride is barefooted, soaking her feet in the warm sand, and her groom has never looked more charming in his light shirt and rolled-up pants.
The sun is about to set, seagulls are singing their song, and there's always room for splashes of color in the background. Or not. Unfortunately, swimmers and other beach-goers should also be taken into consideration when choosing a location for a photo. Next time a deserted island would make a better location.