Anne’s Wedding is this Saturday

And the whole country is talking about it!


In honor of St. Valentine’s Day we present Romance, Redneck-Style

Knocked-up bride, sleeveless groom, flip flops, beer can and of course the trailer. Extra points for the filthy boots and torn jeans. Ah… romance!

This guest may be flashing her chocha but at least she’s kept her pumps on. Oh, and doesn’t the bride’s hair look great?

Flashing the chocha for the boys… I might have chosen different shoes, but again, at least she still has shoes on at her wedding.

I suspect this one won’t last long. Just a guess.

Nothing says “Class” like shotgun shells on the cake.

Beer seems to be a recurring theme at these weddings

Also guns

Mmmm… muffins!
When did doing a handstand on a keg while having beer pumped into your mouth become de riguer for brides?

… or Beer Pong?

What a dreadful tradition

I hope she’s not planning on playing baseball in those flip flops after guzzling all that beer!
I don’t know what is more disturbing. All of those guns or that wrist corsage with her wedding gown

Now, I’m beginning to understand…

A camo-themed wedding. The kid looks thrilled with his new dad

The groom seems happy. After the wedding she can make a slipcover for her refrigerator out of that dress

Who doesn’t need to rent a chainsaw for their wedding?

Brides should always get preferential treatment at the rental dumpers

Vera Wang? No, Betsy Ross.

Have fun on the honeymoon kids!

A very tacky wedding

Being a former wedding planner I’ve had occasion to hear some pretty crazy ideas for a wedding theme. I always tried to keep everyone away from the “Snowball” or Christmas themed wedding. Here’s what could happen if you don’t listen to your wedding planner:

This wedding has it all. Santa Claus wedding dress with flowing train, check. Giant his and hers cocktails, check. Multiple hideous cakes, triple check!

The bride, looking thrilled:





I wonder how many people stepped on this thing:7





Drink up!!!



Is it just me or does the red cake have eyes on it? Kind of reminds me of the Hamburglar:


Is that a shrimp castle?


And for the grande finale, the orbiting aliens in spaceships cake!!




As some of you may know I planned weddings at a resort on the Cape for some time before going into an insane asylum. As the first day of Spring is upon us it puts me in mind of weddings, brides, grooms, and bridesmaids and best men. Here are a few photos of bridesmaid’s dresses sure to make you wonder “WTF??”.

Et maintenant… lumières, musique…

Married at Dollywood

I understand that the mother of the bride actually choreographed the closing of the parasols before the ceremony began. Cheese & Rice!!

Aunt Pearl Marie and Cousin Dixie-Belle had the girls down at the Beehive Beauty Boutique make these gowns from the tablecloths at the bride’s father’s restaurant “Chirp & Burp”.

There is so much wrong with these dresses I cannot begin to say…

NEVER take acid before going shopping for bridesmaid dresses! I thought that was a given.