Coming from a person on a wedding staff, here is another non-wedding wedding. After discovering that the groom had been getting … close… with the maid of honor, this poor bride had her heart broken twice.
She did, however, turned this sour lemon into lemonade. Seeing as the venue and services were booked and non-refundable, the bride and her family just had their own reunion party with good music and good booze. Sounds exactly like what the bride needed to recover.
Still a Bachelor
There is nothing wrong with wanting to blow off some steam with your best mates before your big day. Planning a wedding is a big deal and decompression is pretty necessary.
What isn't necessary is drinking yourself senseless, getting together with a random girl (who would even consider taking home someone whose wedding is due the following day?), and passing out so hard you miss your own ceremony. This bachelor remained a bachelor for way longer than he intended.
Talking From the Harp
This story comes from a third party — neither the bride nor the groom, but the harpists who played at their reception. Well, not quite THEIR reception as only one side of this would-be nuptials actually showed up.
As the account of the events goes, the groom was having some sort of mental breakdown and couldn't show. We do hope that the two were able to work things out and maybe get married in a less-stressful setting.
No Wedding, Just Food
The groom in this story decided that the wedding is not an event he was going to attend a little too late. And when we say a little too late, we mean the man was past the point of no refund.
The bride wasn't going to spend several hours at the place where she was supposed to be wed and eat that groom-less food, so her friends took her out somewhere where she could leave her troubles behind for a while. Still, that doesn't mean no one should enjoy the food... which her family did.
Oh He Was Dancing Alright
Okay, so this bride wasn't left at the altar, but our guess is if she had to choose between that and what actually happened, she would have chosen the former. Imagine having your heart broken not only by the man you just said "I do" to but also by your best friend. Simultaneously!
The story doesn't detail what happened after the bride stormed off or where she went, but if we had to guess, we'd say she probably started by picking up something sharp and going to town on his tires.