Jimmy Fallon Viewers Tweeted Their #WeddingFails & I Can’t Stop Laughing
There's no denying that on your wedding day, you probably want everything to go off without a hitch. After all, you have put in countless hours (and dolla billz, probably) to make your special day exactly what you want. But not even the most skilled wedding planner can control everything that happens. You never know what slip of the tongue or bridal party mishap someone's going to pull. But at least looking back on wedding fails can get funnier as time passes, which is the point Jimmy Fallon was trying to make. On June 18, Jimmy Fallon's viewers tweeted their #weddingfails for a chance to be featured on The Tonight Show, and they definitely didn't disappoint.
From rubber duck cake toppers, to a groomsman getting arrested on Bourbon Street, to saying the wrong name at the altar — a lot can go wrong the day you walk down the aisle. If your wedding goes according to plan, down to the very last detail, good for you! If it doesn't, don't freak out. It may seem like the end of the world in that moment, and it's totally fair to feel that way, but it doesn't have to. Your wedding (if you choose to have one, of course) is the day you get to start the rest of your life with that special someone, and that's the most important part, isn't it? The rest is just fluff.
So, if things don't exactly go exactly as planned on your special day, that's OK. It didn't for these Twitter users either, and they can laugh about it now. Maybe you can, too!
Getting Married In An Amusement Park Still Sounds Pretty Cool
That'll probably be more memorable than a traditional, church wedding.
Petition To Make This A New Wedding Tradition?
What Happens In New Orleans...
OK, but did you actually expect a normal wedding in New Orleans?!
Fictional Fails Totally Count
Now, did the priest do that on purpose... or did he really not think that would sound like, well, an actual threesome?
Hey, Those Things Are Important, Too
Kids Are Too Pure
Why didn't anyone sing along with him?!
Sometimes things don't go exactly as planned, both in weddings, and in life in general. That's OK. At the end of the day, you'll have a unique memory to look back on, and most definitely a wedding that your guests will never forget. Plus, you get to marry someone you love. I'd say that's pretty memorable, wouldn't you?