Crazy Wedding Disasters That Really Happened

Planning a wedding can be more than demanding – especially with the almost never-ending list of things to do. And yet, sometimes, wedding disasters can happen – and it is important to be prepared for them just as much as you are for a completely flawless Big Day too.

What are some of the craziest wedding disasters that have actually happened – and what to learn from them? We have some tips for you – so read on and find out more.


• The groom went missing – not because he bailed out of the wedding, but because he forgot his phone at home. Grooms, it is perfectly understandable if you want to take a short walk before the big moment, but make sure you let people know where you are and do take your phones with you – otherwise, you might generate a lot of anxiety over your disappearance.
• Someone wears white – either unintentionally or on purpose. If this is very important to you, but don’t want to make that person change their clothes, you can simply choose to leave them out of the wedding pictures. They will understand they have made a mistake, especially considering how huge this entire event is for you.
• The rings disappeared – not because they were actually lost, but because the Ring Bearer lost them on the ceremony site. We strongly advise you not to leave your very young Ring Bearer with the rings – and even more so if he is unattended! Be sure someone’s keeping an eye on the little guy!

Still looking for a really beautiful and romantic wedding venue in Virginia? Come visit Black Horse Inn! Our venue is infused with pure elegance, timelessness and amazing history, so you will surely love it here! Contact us, come see what we offer and allow us to be part of your Big Day!


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