Weddings are really getting out of hand these days. What used to be a simple ceremony to celebrate the official union of two people in the eyes of their gods and governments, is now a year-long event that can send anyone straight into bankruptcy. Engagement parties, bridal showers, bachelor and bachelorette parties, lingerie parties, rehearsal dinners, and then of course, the actual wedding, all require extensive planning, patience and funds. When you take a normal person without a whole lot of event planning experience and force them to plan the most important day of their lives in the form of a party with all of their family and their partner's family, they might get a little crazy. A recent Reddit thread asked users, "Husbands of 'bridezillas', how did you handle your wife's attitude on your wedding day and did it change your image of her?"While there are probably a lot of husbands who were too afraid to out their wives for a wedding day meltdown, many people chimed in with stories of groomzillas, momzillas, and even some reformed bridezillas themselves. Warning: this might make you want to ditch all your elaborate wedding plans to elope on a beach with no cell signal. 1. Remember to respect to DJ. Reddit2. Shame on you, "One Direction." Reddit3. Learn people's names. Reddit4. F*cking move! Reddit5. Almost runaway husband. Reddit6. The fighting loop. Reddit7. Pre-meditated rage. Reddit8. Give the 'zillas some sympathy. Reddit9. Yikes. Reddit Reddit10. When in doubt, ditch. Reddit11. He's on the verge of a meltdown! Reddit12. Sometimes we have to own up to our mistakes. Reddit13. Courthouse > counseling. Reddit14. Scandal! Reddit15. Girl, bye. Reddit16. Beware of "hands in the air." Reddit17. How to avoid a Momzilla 101. Reddit18. Hopefully he meant *tears. RedditStay calm and marry on!