Can I Get You Another Size?

February 12th, 2010

Can I Get You Another Size? - Wedding

Sometimes the shoe fits but the headdress doesn’t.

(submitted by Jake)

93 Responses to “Can I Get You Another Size?”

  1. Nerdboy says:

    “Excuse me, I ordered the large tiara.”

  2. rocco says:

    It’s not a headress. It’s a nest for condors.

  3. Uncuw Biww says:

    the funny thing is they’re actually good looking…the bride is a very pretty woman. It’s like someone decided she was too attractive and stuck that horror on her head.

  4. Lolwut? says:

    They look like Mr. Collins and Charlotte from the masterpiece classics Pride & Prejudice movie.

  5. Anna Keizer says:

    Am I seeing this right? She has a bouquet of wheat?

  6. Snowrider says:

    Well at least there’s no arm pit sniffing.

  7. Hebrew Hammer says:

    A: What size hoof does she have?

    B: Is he even in a tux?

  8. Alan says:

    OK,she’s holding wheat… was a typo on the email sent to the florist….”We want just some plain flour for the bouquet”

  9. David says:

    I think she stole that design from Jesus……

  10. Amy says:

    At least she isn’t holding an apple (reference to previous “awkward” wedding pics posted on here.) πŸ™‚ The bride is gorgeous though. Funny how she isn’t pointing her toe delicately- awaiting the (bland) prop-shoe- but seems to be doing a toe stretch. Probably has foot cramps from sitting thru a zillion poses?

  11. Sidekick says:

    Wow, I wonder how she kept that thing balanced on her head!

  12. DHansen says:

    Methinks someone watched Robin Hood a few times too many. Good for you Maid Marian! Apart from the dried Mickey Mouse Ears, they are a beautiful couple.

  13. Catherine says:

    She’s gorgeous. She can wear whatever she wants.

  14. BJMallory says:

    Carmen Miranda would look at that thing on her head and say, “DAMN!”

  15. pcarter says:

    The bride is beautiful – a good looking couple! I actually like the head wreath and bouquet but it would be better suited with a less formal dress and veil.

  16. CarrieM says:

    Nothing says fairy tale wedding like a white tube sock.

  17. Okfrank says:

    And you can send me dead flowers every morning
    Send me dead flowers by the mail
    Send me dead flowers to my wedding
    And I won’t forget to put roses on your grave (Rolling Stones, 1971)

  18. Charles says:

    Oh come on. This is another fine example of the religious diversity of the planet. This is a Druid harvest festival. She is dressed as the Harvest Goddess and thatβ€˜s the harvest on her head. He’s just some guy with a foot fetish.

  19. 666 dimebag wife says:

    No thanks, but will you get me another scythe?

  20. Jane says:

    Boy, their kids are gonna have fun looking at their wedding pics

  21. Jane says:

    Size really does matter (sometimes)

  22. Alistair says:

    They look great. Don’t know why this is supposed to be awkward.

    • Camille says:

      How come there is ALWAYS a person pointing out how this and that picture is not awkward… if you don’t think it is, just pass on it and hope tomorrow’s will be awkwad enough for your high awkwardness standards!

    • AP says:

      Gotta agree with Alistair… and am confused by Camille! Nobody’s trying to say that it’s _not_ awkward (well, I should speak for myself); I just wanna know which part _is_ awkward!

      Then again, maybe it’s one of those things where you just get it if you get it πŸ™‚

      Okay yeah actually him holding the shoe backward is kinda funny. Looks like a Cinderella thing, though. Cute!

      • A Nonny Mouse says:

        Why on earth would he be holding her shoe anyway, backwards or forwards? That is what is awkward about it.

        I think they should rename this site “Awkward, Funny, and/or Cute Photos that Might or Might Not Be of Families.” Do you think then everybody would be happy?

      • A Nonny Mouse says:

        These people probably go on LOLCats and say, “I thought this was supposed to be LolCATS. You had a picture of a panda and one of a guinea pig. And I didn’t laugh out loud at all of them. Waah.”

  23. JAmaral says:

    I’m thinking Mormon temple wedding, and possibly some sort of Norwegian/Scandinavian background. Wheat sheaves are considered symbols of fertility and good luck in many cultures. Maybe one of them did missionary work in a country where this headdress was traditional?

  24. Leni says:

    Shut up, that crown is fierce.

  25. Matty says:

    I think maybe she is a little too dressed up for shoe shopping.

  26. Rowena says:

    That looks like a nest on her head!!

  27. PissedChef says:

    Well, now I have to pick another hair style for my wedding!

  28. Banjo Von Dillydals says:

    Oh my gosh, that is SO precious! (based on the novel Push by Saphire)

  29. Joey says:

    It’s Martha Stewart’s helpful hint #266:
    Veil in a pinch: Bathtowel held in place with old mulberry bush.
    Towel will absorb those nervous sweats, and nobody likes mulberry bushes anyway.

  30. bmj2k says:

    How sweet, a match made in Payless.

  31. BP says:

    Do you have anything other than white in a size 7 EE?

  32. carol says:

    That’s one big shoe. ;-P

  33. wtf says:

    maybe he is a shoe salesman? and what is that thing on her head? it looks like a wreath!

  34. Mich says:

    Taking her hand AND foot in marriage.

  35. Lauren says:

    Whatever! I think the wreath and the bouquet are awesome!! This is like an old school medieval or pagan wedding dress and headdress. I dig!

  36. zina says:

    WOW that hailo stole the show from the prince

  37. Boppie says:

    This picture was taken right before a family of birds stole her headdress for their nest.

  38. Allison says:

    always knew that cute little flying nun wasn’t right for the convent…

  39. meansheep says:

    It also looks like some kind of compromise to blend together a Wiccan/Mormon wedding ceremony. Now THAT would be a great premise for a new reality TV show!

    • Fanboy Wife says:

      She’s a Wiccan and he’s a Mormon – can they get along?

      Wife: Honey, I’ll make a deal with you. I’ll skip the Summer Equinox party if you quit trying baptize me.

      The Wiccan and the Mormon, on ABC this fall!

    • V. says:

      I’m trying to envision a Wiccan/Mormon wedding… priceless.

      • carol says:

        laughing so hard I might wet myself!! Someone please do this for youtube…. HAHAHAHA! Trying to imagine the theme song…
        “He wants to populate a planet… She wants to worship the earth… “

  40. rj's mama says:

    that’s a christmas wreath πŸ˜€

  41. Carolyn says:

    Looks like the headpiece and bouquet sizes got mixed up

  42. mom&advocate says:

    OMG! What’s on her head?

  43. britt says:

    Sometimes the shoe fits, but it’s backwards.

  44. Jenn1229 says:

    For the economical bride, it’s a way to get two different uses out of your reception centerpiece.

  45. Amber Gusa says:

    I like this photo… but only because I think I know where they got married!

  46. jitterbug says:

    That isn’t a headdress its a WREATH!!! is that wheat in her bouquet. Besides that a cute couple. πŸ™‚

  47. Beth says:

    I just dont get this at all! I guess its a cinderella thing!? That thing she has on her head is quite awkward indeed though. Hope she used her odor eaters!! Those wedding jitters will make yo feet stink!! EWW!! HAHA!!

    • just wondering says:

      Is that her foot or a part of the bench…Awkward way to hold your (bench) foot for this pose…how about a nice graceful point, so your giant foot looks like it will fit in the shoe!

  48. Joanna says:

    When your Prince Charming suffers from shoe-dyslexia, sometimes size really doesn’t matter.

  49. Strackdaddy says:

    She needs to but some of those flowers back in the flowerbed….. Wait, is that a cat in the flowers behind her?

    • Ale says:

      where do you see a cat?

      • markm says:

        Behind the two light-orange flowers to the right of the bride, there’s a cat-shaped shadow. There are also some white spots that look like the cat’s face, with two white spots around the eyes, a vertical white line between, and white eartips. But I enlarged that part of the picture, and the “eyes” remained white spots without any hint of an eyeball. At the largest size I can get before it breaks up into square pixels, it doesn’t look much like a cat. I think it’s the shadow of the tree behind the flowers, plus a few white petals.

        The human mind looks for patterns, and finds them even if they aren’t there…

    • Amused says:

      I see where you’re talking about. It does resemble a cat’s face but it’s not. I couldn’t tell you what it is but it’s not a cat.

  50. Val says:

    Forget the shoe…. why would anyone have DEAD flowers (wheat, rice, barley) as a “floral” theme for your wedding????? This is alotta love, smack from the beginning.

    • Lou says:

      Looks like they may be from another culture, or maybe it’s a medieval-theme wedding or something. Looks like they probably had a good time! πŸ˜€ I don’t mind the wheat and other grains for a headdress and bouquet

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