Because society places such a high premium on weddings, planning them tends to bring out extreme behavior in brides and grooms. Which is why people who work in the wedding business get a front row seat to some of humanity's darkest and weirdest tendencies. Someone asked wedding planners of Reddit to share stories of the "weirdest couples" they've ever worked with, and people delivered.
1.) From loritree:
I worked at a tux place. I was measuring a groom and his best man. The whole time the best man was saying awful things about the bride. Finally the groom said something along the lines of “oh well, that’s what divorce is for.”
2.) From rabidentertainment97:
I manage events at the facilities I currently work at and we had a wedding where the groom wore a three piece tux, all white, with banana yellow converse and a banana yellow bow tie; his groomsmen wore all black with banana yellow converse and ties.
Throughout the wedding service the groomsmen would hold up emoji signs reacting to things that were happening (each holding up puke emojis when they kissed).
When it came time to get the rings the best man acted like he had lost it when suddenly a man in the audience stood up and threw a frisbee with the ring taped to it to the groom (they were all avid frisbee golfers). The frisbee was also their guest book signed by everyone who came.
The thing that saddened me is it seemed the bride really did not want to be marrying the groom. One of her bridesmaids came to me before the wedding asking for any snacks for the bride because she felt like she was gonna throw up from crying so much.
I hope the best for them in the future but it was all a little hard to watch.