What Could Go Wrong?
Last time we discussed a touchy subject surrounding the integrity of vendors in the wedding industry. So what else could go wrong?
Top 20 Wedding Mishaps:
A tornado rendered the venue uninhabitable. $35,000
The rings were stolen out of the groom’s home. $15,352
The seamstress lost the bridal gown. $3,412
The tuxedos were double rented. $2,278
A drunk guest got into an auto accident. $500,000
The photographer’s car was stolen with the camera and wedding photos. $15,000
The reception venue went out of business. $8,500
The DJ went out of business. $1,257
The wedding gifts were stolen at the reception. $12,300
Bridesmaid left a candle burning in the dressing room and the facility caught fire. $150,000
The bride’s father had a heart attack. $50,000
The bride got cold feet. $15,897
The flower girl hid the wedding ring in her princess purse. Scary but not expensive!
The guests got food poisoning. $56,221
The groom’s previously approved military leave was revoked. $32,528
An elderly guest was knocked over and broke both of her hips. $352,000
Only 1/4 of the guests showed due to an ice storm. $43,625
The caterer failed to show. $15,350
The minister failed to show. $8,350
The groom was laid off and the couple could no longer afford the wedding. $6,500
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