5 Ways to Ruin a Wedding

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It is that day where smiles and cheers are the order of the day and no mistakes are expected. You are probably among the invited guests or better still, it is your friend’s wedding and you are not for the idea of their happiness. Although it is heartless to disrupt some ones wedding for your peace of mind there are various ways you can carry out your plan.

Below are some guidelines to assist you in your mission:

1. DRESS DOWN

It is well known that in this happy day people spare some of their best attires so as to look stunning, by not dressing appropriately there won’t be any struggle in noticing your ill motives. Dress in white if you are female because it is obvious that you will wreak havoc and if asked say it was the only dress you had. For men you could just put on the usual t-shirt and a pair of jeans.

2. BRING AN UNINVITED GUEST

This would probably be someone with the same intentions as yours, mostly a person the bride or groom is well versed with and possibly don’t like. By this you will cause a mess because there will neither be a place for your friend to sit nor plate and it would be a shame to the bride and groom to send him or her out.

3. INTERRUPT THE FIRST DANCE

The first people to take the dance floor is usually the bride and groom as the others applaud on and join later towards the end of the dance, but you and your uninvited guest decide to break the protocol and go ahead to dance with the new Mrs. and Mr. disrupting their special moment while asking the crowd to follow suit.

4. GET DRUNK

This makes a memorable moment for everyone as it also destroys the peace and joy. Try as much as possible to get everyone’s attention, scream as loud as you can, say it is your party when they try to calm you down, go hitting people mostly the close members of the bride and groom and mission accomplished. Also not that if you are a good actor you could pretend you are drunk so as to soberly watch the reaction on everyone’s faces.

5. CHANGE THE MUSIC

It is obvious that a good wedding can’t be complete without some nice flowing music. The bride and groom obviously have their favorite tunes that they chose tirelessly for the day. It is your time to destroy all this, request a song that either makes everyone stops dancing or draws people to the dancing floor. This will surely ruin the wedding.

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