Warm nights, floral dresses, and open bars - it's definitely wedding season! While weddings are beautiful event full of love and happiness, there's also plenty of room for things to go awry. In a segment for The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy asked people to tweet their #WeddingFails, and the results are both cringe-inducing and hilarious. We've collected some of the most epic stories under the hashtag that are guaranteed to either make you roll with laughter or realize that any issue in your wedding wasn't as terrible as you thought it was.
I was leading a conga line. Midway through the song, I realized it was just me and one other guy. #WeddingFail
— jimmy fallon (@jimmyfallon) June 3, 2015
@jimmyfallon Slipped and fell while photographing a wedding party. Snapped a pic on the way down. #weddingfail pic.twitter.com/1RFdCCQ5rO
— Chase Richardson (@Chase_Rich) June 3, 2015
@jimmyfallon dress broke before wedding #WeddingFail photographer somehow got the shot. pic.twitter.com/2KOrRJCb2U
— Heather Prueitt (@HeatherPrueitt) July 2, 2015
My mom got drunk at a friends wedding & wouldn't stop touching my sister's face saying to my dad "Jim, we made this" #WeddingFail
— Bobo Joyce (@ashjoy8) June 3, 2015
The best man's speech was, "A best man's speech should last as long as the groom in bed...so thanks everyone!" and he sat down. #WeddingFail
— Brian Davis (@briandavisphoto) June 4, 2015
At my sisters wedding my brother accidentally made a fire ball when trying to do a sparkler send off. #WeddingFail pic.twitter.com/ncfxCF8eOq
— Jenna (@adams_jenna97) June 3, 2015
My dad tried to hand out sparklers at the end of the wedding. Drunk. Instead, he lit the basket and his suit sleeve on fire. #WeddingFail
— Anson Wilson (@AnsonKW) June 4, 2015
For our 1st dance the DJ accidentally played "You're Having My Baby." Spent rest of the nite explaining to ppl I wasnt pregnant #WeddingFail
— Kristen Rose♣️ (@KristenRose124) June 3, 2015
i was at a wedding once where the DJ *accidentally* played kanye's "gold digger" as the bride started to make her entrance. #weddingfail
— annie swift (@annieswift_xo) June 3, 2015
My wife and I got called up for the last dance while I was eating...for the entire dance I had half a burger in my pocket. #WeddingFail
— Rob Lundquist (@RobLundquist) June 3, 2015
Power went out & toilets overflowed @ my friends' wedding. It felt like I was helping on the Titanic: "Women & children first!" #WeddingFail
— Kari P (@AtariKari) June 3, 2015
My mom was talking to the bride at the reception when her glass eye fell out onto the dessert table next to chocolate fountain #WeddingFail
— Sarah Baer (@SarahBaer5678) June 3, 2015
Every time I turned around my gay best friend was twerking on someone... He's in. Every. Wedding. Photo #WeddingFail pic.twitter.com/QtAmGdFvBB
— Lacey Heidel (@LaceyHeidel) June 10, 2015
@jimmyfallon #weddingfail arrived at the church late, waited outside with confetti, as doors opened I threw it...over a coffin! wrong church
— Mr AsHy x (@MrAshy) June 3, 2015
@jimmyfallon my uncle married his 2nd cousin. Didn't find out till after the honey moon. #20YearsStrong #Alabama #WeddingFail
— Rocky Dale Davis (@RockyDaleDavis) June 3, 2015
@jimmyfallon no one could get my drunk aunt to stop dancing. Even while she was carried to the car, she was dancing in midair. #WeddingFail
— Giana (@giananicole9) June 3, 2015
@jimmyfallon The brides dad was teaching me to salsa dance.I was wearing a strapless dress.he twirled me, and my boob fell out. #WeddingFail
— Hillary_^^*(A)*^^_ (@Luv_Aerosmith1) June 3, 2015
@jimmyfallon the bride & grooms toddler shouted out 'NO' when the priest talked about not having sex before marriage #WeddingFail
— Marie The Brave (@StripperStories) June 3, 2015
If you're not done laughing, watch the entire segment from The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon below.
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