Weddings are always an adventure. While their intended purpose is a celebration of love surrounded by family and friends, sometimes they truly go off the rails.Of course, planning a wedding requires an insane amount of work especially now that we have shows like "Say Yes to the Dress," reminding us of the importance of every tiny detail of the day. While not every couple can afford celebrity-level luxury on their special day, being classy is a trait that comes free of charge.Between speeches, dances, DJs, venues, decor, and wardrobe choices--the bride, groom, and guests will (hopefully) remember their wedding day for a very long time. So when a Reddit user asked, "What's the trashiest wedding you've been to?" the wonderful world wide web truly delivered. Praise be drunk uncles, inappropriate best man toasts, shirtless groomsmen, and wedding cover charges. These ones are for the books.1. This seems too good to be true, "Spliteer." Husband’s child hood friend had their wedding at his mother’s trailer park playground. The men in the wedding party wore t-shirts with tuxedo print, the women wore hot pink shorts with black spaghetti strap tank-tops and flip flops. They were both ICP fans and the wedding party sprayed them with Orange Faygo when leaving. 2. Classic Florida, "g33kfish." I went to a wedding in Florida where the bride wore a mini skirt and was given away by her ex husband, with whom she and her new husband still lived. 3. Um, this should be a movie, "PeriwinklePunk." Watched a conspicuously 8 months pregnant high school girl marry her late 30s boss from a summer job. He was an accountant and came across more embarrassed than skeevy; guess he was trying to the right thing, to make up for the doing the wrong thing. Her respectable parents could not talk this recently turned 18 yo girl out of the wedding/marriage. Everyone knew it was going to be a disaster but we were wrong about how... Shortly after giving birth she got pregnant again by a boy her own age. She ran away abandoning both kids and her ex husband who was raising both kids last I heard. 4. A+ for "shazaamjess." There was no alcohol being served as the reception hall in the church basement had super strict rules about alcohol. So all the guests snuck in alcohol. The mother of the groom had a 24 case of coors under her table. People had full sized bottles of vodka hidden in their jackets it was messy. Then after the wedding the after party was at this super divey college bar where the bride got so drunk the groom had to carry her back to their hotel where she finished the night drunkenly eating chicken nuggets in the giant penthouse suite bathtub. In the interest of honesty...this was my wedding and I was the chicken nugget eating bride. 5. Damn, "Quarentus." The summer after my junior year of high school, this girl a year older than me(still in my grade though), had her wedding in the field next to her family's house. She was wearing a short camo dress and pink camo boots. The groom was wearing cutoff black slacks, rubber boots, and a hunter orange vest with camo undershirt that had the mossy oak logo spray painted onto the back. The ring bearer was her 1 year old, being carried by her younger step sister(she took way better care of the kid than the bride). Everybody had signs at their seats for how they were related to the bride and groom. Her ex boyfriend was at the main table at the reception because he's the kid's father, his sign said "Baby Daddy 1". When we graduated she had 2 kids and had been divorced. She's now dating the baby daddy for the 1st kid. That was a rollercoaster to type. 6. At least they were happy, "Koudelika." I went to a wedding where the bride and groom’s first dance was to who let the dogs out... everyone just looked on speechless as they slow danced to it. Then half way through it turned into a slutty grind session. Nobody thought it would last but they’re still together. 7. Nothing wrong with a solid warning, "ambnfb." My fiancé and I went to a wedding where the pastor referred to the bride as “the ole ball and chain” and let them know that it was “all downhill from here” 8. Yikes, "Prism_And_Gate." Reminds me of my cousin's wedding. The officiant was his old roommate, and he described what it was like when my cousin and his wife first started dating. "Oh, if walls could talk... Those thin, thin walls." 9. Oh no, "whyamisointeresting." I work as an event server, so I've been to (worked) a shit ton of weddings. The one that takes the cake was the one that had dinner at 4:30pm, so they could use the rest of the time they'd rented out the venue to drink. To excess. Also, we strongly suspect they were doing cocaine in the bridal suite. No proof, but they'd duck in every half hour or so, spend 5 minutes in there, and then come back out ready to DANCE. I didn't personally see anyone do cocaine, to be clear, but if it looks like a duck and walks like a duck... The best moment, though, was when one of the bridesmaids approached the lead server to tell him she had peed on the dance floor. But "Only, like, a little bit of pee, so your people can just clean it up, right?" Our "people" did. I was the people. 10. Wow, "SpendLessLiveMore." My friend's wedding and reception was in a dirt lot next to a small highway. Every few minutes a tractor trailer would go by kicking up dust on everyone. The invitation asked that we bring own chairs and a side dish. My friend, the bride, asked if she could borrow some of my CDs to play on her boombox. (I lied and said that I had forgotten them, because I was pretty sure that I would never get them back.) She also asked me to serve food to the other guests. I refused, and she got upset with me. I left after the bride yelled that she was going to kill the groom and feed his body to their dogs. 11. Oh my god, "RawrImABigScaryBear." No less than three people were in tuxedo t-shirts, the maid of honor was on the Rock of Love, and the bride was sending me nude selfies the day before the wedding. 12. Damn, "blink2356." My cousin's wedding was in a city garage in some backwater norther Wisconsin town. she wore a dress she had bought for prom in 1999, but had dropped out of high school a few months before so she hadn't been able to attend, and it had gone yellow from her smoking in the house. Groom went missing about 20 minutes after the ceremony to do meth. Whole thing was catered by Walmart, and all we had was fried chicken, French fries and potato salad, and the only thing to drink was coke, sprite, and natty light in cans, they didn't even have water. My (relatively shy, polite) boyfriend insisted on coming with me, and about midway through the reception my cousin that everyone calls 'Stink' got wasted and decided to wax poetic to him about how I had developed great tits and my boyfriend was lucky he got to fuck them. this is how he met my family, too. 13. I hope "the bill" was covered, "Mirrorimage83." Went to a distant cousin's wedding where the following things happened: The mother of the bride stood at the door and asked people for $20 each as they entered to "cover the bill." Food was ordered for 50 people. 100 were invited. 80ish showed up. Family was told by the bride's mother not to eat until everyone else ate. So, we didn't eat, even though we were charged $20 "for the bill." Some of the friends of the groom wore Burger King crowns in the church. The groom poured the "unity sand" down the front of the bride's dress. The favors were awkward photos of the bride and groom that had been printed at Walgreens. Guests were expected to "pick their favorite" from a table that had them spread out all over. No frames, no nothing, just photos. They divorced about 5 years later. 14. We're all jealous, "yellowbee33." Was invited to a baby shower when the mom-to-be disappeared. She came back in a wedding dress and they got married by the pond out back. This was all at a gun club. Literal shotgun wedding. 15. Aw man, "Mark_no_wiseau_Joke." My wife and I keep a running tally of worst wedding speeches we've heard. The silver medal is our friends' wedding where the best man brought up in his speech that the feminist movement is a cancer on this nation. 16. A for effort? "not_eneelis." Oh BOY, have I got a story for you. When I was younger, I went to the wedding of my close friend’s older brother. Now, this was in like 2006 or something, so definitely pre Pinterest, but I still can’t believe some of the stuff they did. First of all, they did their wedding photos on a tractor in the mud. On like a cheap digital camera that the bride’s mom had. The groomsmen did not have on shirts, but they did have on ties. The wedding colors were camouflage and traffic cone orange. At the reception, instead of a wedding cake they had sliced up Swiss Rolls and other Little Debbie snack cakes on some plastic trays. They also had “hours d’oeuvres” that consisted of little cut up pieces of cold cut lunch meats and cheese with a toothpick through them. May 2019 bring classy weddings for all!