Despite all the careful planning that goes into weddings, there's a lot that can go awry - just ask the people responding to Jimmy Fallon's latest internet challenge!
The talk show host, 44, asked viewers on Tuesday, June 18, to post their biggest wedding fails online using the hashtag #WeddingFailвЂќ for a chance to have their story featured on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
The request has since garnered 1.3K responses on Twitter-and counting-from brides, grooms, relatives and service providers that have seen just about everything as far as wedding mishaps go, from terrible speeches and uncooperative ring bearers to slips and tumbles galore.
Even Fallon himself had a story to tell. вЂњMy friend got married on the beach and wanted to zip line to the altar,вЂќ he tweeted. вЂњHe didn't test before and it turned out he was too heavy for the line. He was dragged through rocks and sand for the last 10 seconds. Ripped the pants off of his tux. #WeddingFailвЂќ
Read on for some of the best fails the hashtag has sparkedвЂ¦ so far.
Making an Entrance
This groom made what was, perhaps, the grandest entrance of all when he took a tumble on the stairs on his way in.
Twitter tip: If you forget your wedding vows, just make them up on the fly!
Bored Ring Bearer
This ring bearer had more exciting things to do than, you know, bear the rings.
This family was forced to play an unexpected game of hide and seek when the bride and groom's rings got lost in the sand.
Don't baby in a cornerвЂ¦ or on the floor?
Going With the Flow
This bride did the only thing she could when he groom's dance moves landed her on her rear end-twirled!
The Easy Way Out
Someone's been watching a little too much Ghost!
Too Hot to Handle
This poor guy traded one problem for another!
WellвЂ¦ at least he tried.
Bad Things come in Threes
This is a lot.
We're guessing this wouldn't have been her first choice.
вЂ¦ next wedding? Gulp.
Cry for Help
A Big Announcement
Can you say awkward?
Battle of the Brides
This mother-in-law didn't get the memo that it wasn't her big day.
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