Out Of My Bouquet

June 24th, 2010

Out Of My Bouquet - Wedding

She’s still young.

(submitted by Kayla)

139 Responses to “Out Of My Bouquet”

  1. helena says:

    I think is the lack of real men that’s destroying America. hahahah Run for the few good ones! Haven’t laughed this hard since a loooong time. Thanks.

  2. Smartazz says:

    Maybe the “Wet Floor” sign was put out….because Kayla’s water just broke at the reception ?

  3. Mari Elena says:

    LOL!!!! Made me almost fall outta my chair!

  4. Lyle says:

    I love Rodney Dangerfield on the left adjusting his tie……NO RESPECT

  5. anteeker says:

    The two girls are really Siamese twins!

  6. vjhr says:

    Hm. All this time I have assumed that when they ask for unmarried women to come up for the bouquet toss, they meant unmarried women of marrying age. Not children.

    • Serg says:

      that is exactly what I though. I don’t remember little kids catching the bouquet. “yay, my 8 year old is next in line to be married”.

    • Bethanee says:

      Every wedding I’ve been to, they let the little girls and, if they want to, the grannies, try for the bouquet. It’s the little ones that really get into it.

  7. AndrewT says:

    If he’s The Adam, she must be The Eve … of Destruction.

  8. Burger's Girl says:

    OMG these were the best comments I have ever read!!! Adam and BP!!!! OMG can’t stop laughing!!!

  9. Dani says:

    I think BP needs to call Adam. if anyone knows “spills”… It’s Adam.

  10. Kreskin says:

    I have finally solved the puzzle!

    Wait for it ….

    The ‘running for the bouquet’ gag is just a diversion. The girls both slipped ON THE WET FLOOR!!!

    • Jenny says:

      Kreskin, you sure have alot to learn….. as we have figured so far, the mysterious spill was not near the girls. It was way back by the wet floor sign, therefore your theory cannot be true.

  11. Jeff says:

    Maybe someone saw the WET FLOOR sign… so they did? Discuss.

  12. Adam says:

    Someone spilled something, that’s why there’s a wet floor sign. It was vodka.

  13. Anne says:

    The kid on the left’s making the universal choking sign – he must have snuck some wedding cake while everyone was giddily applauding the girl being launched into the air, and now he’s doomed.

  14. carol says:

    Love it!

  15. chris says:

    Were they the only two people going after the boquet?

  16. Maggie says:

    Was this reception at Nazareth Hall in Grand Rapids, Ohio? Looks just like it…the floor is dangerously slippery!

    • becky says:

      yes! it was nazareth hall, real wedding, real spill on the floor, real kids going WWF on each other.

      • Anne says:

        But the “Wet Floor” sign – is that real? I just can’t figure out why it’s there.

        • leonie says:

          Adam knows…………………………………………………………………..

          • Tim says:

            Adam seems very mysterious about all of this. I suspect a conspiracy. I’m not buying the “it was vodka” excuse. The remains of that spill look just like deadly Polonium-212 to me. Who is this “Adam” anyway?

  17. Adam says:


  18. CarrieM says:

    I made a couple of energetic lunges for bridal bouquets when I was about that age. It’s not an event for the slow or feeble. You turn the bouquet to mulch, but somehow it seems important to win.

  19. Tiff says:

    that looks like it hurt…ouch!!! lol (can’t stop laughing at the “body checking”) hahahahaha

  20. Dez says:

    ROFLMAO!! Adam needs to come back and post more frequently. I haven’t laughed this hard in a while. Sigh*wipe tear

  21. Tim says:

    But what’s up with the “Wet floor” sign? Maybe Adam knows?

  22. Kris says:

    I choose to believe that the younger girl is actually doing a flying hip check into the plaid skirt girl.

  23. jitterbug says:

    Adam…I’m guessing YOU were the one that spilled.

  24. Kerry says:

    This is one of the funniest pictures EVER!

  25. Cori says:

    Hey! That’s NOT how you do the chicken Dance!

  26. dthomas says:


  27. Adam says:

    This was submitted by my wife (unbeknownst to me) and I about died laughing when I visited this site today on my lunch. That photo is part of a sequence captured by the photographer of my wife’s sister’s daughter body checking my brother’s oldest daughter out of the way to catch the bouquet toss.

    She was okay, a little stunned, but okay. The photographer thought it was so funny that he included the pics in the wedding album.

  28. Margo says:

    The expression on the younger girl’s face is truly classic!

  29. Joey says:

    I’m claiming fake here. This is an ok Photoshop job, but not great. The flowers are added after the fact. I’m still trying to figure out if the smaller girl was there or she’s also Photoshopped.

  30. Katherine says:

    “Two girls enter…One girl leaves…)

  31. LM says:

    why is the floor wet anyway…at a wedding? I’d ask for REFUND!

    • Elyse says:

      People tend to spill things everywhere. If you hadn’t noticed..”Adam” has told us at least twice that it was there because of a small spill that was cleaned up over by the tables. The whole floor wasn’t wet, just a small part.

  32. sara says:

    the photographer managed to catch the PRECISE moment that the look on the littlest girl’s face went from “yipee a bouquet!” to “oh CRAP, this is gonna hurt!” Props to said photographer…not so much to the giddy onlookers.

  33. Angie says:

    This was the exact moment that Susie realized what she would do for a Klondike Bar.

  34. James says:

    It looks like the boy on the left was thinking “If she gets it my life is over”

  35. Marcia says:

    I love the look on the little girls face! Classic!!!

  36. Beki says:

    That gal just caught the eye of a college linebacker impressed with her skill.

  37. Adam says:

    #1 NFL defensive pick, girl in the plaid skirt.

  38. I love the smiling and clapping spectators!

  39. Stacey says:

    I am impressed with the photography skills!!

  40. coNNie says:

    Great location for a bouquet toss.

    Notice the “Caution Wet Floor” sign.

    This didn’t end pretty.

    • Adam says:

      The wet floor sign was for a small spill over by that table that they mopped up.

      • Jennifer says:

        Of all the things that didn’t need to be explained

        • leonie says:

          I think Adam was at the wedding Jennifer….Really..teehee.

          • Dez says:

            naw. he just works for health and safety. he was at the event checking for violations. I should know… “I was there!!”

          • Jennifer says:

            Yeah I got that after reading all his comments. My prior comment still stands.

          • Adam says:

            My point is just that it was not wet where the bouquet was being tossed.

            A lot of people seem to be pointing out the wet floor sign in the comments.

            BTW this was from my wedding in January and I’m actually in the picture…my wife had to point out because I was too busy laughing about the fact my niece was being knocked airborne.

  41. Angie says:

    I remember my bouquet toss experience. I was standing between two women who liked the same guy. It was easily the most terrifying moment of my life.

  42. Snowrider says:

    AWWWW. Look at the adoring looks from the women in the background as the young girls kill each other. It’s a good thing that future priest Luke on the far left was blessing them.

  43. Tiffani says:

    Wow LOL. I think that girl is on her way to becoming one awesome Roller Derby chick.

    • Rose says:

      Well they say the way you practice is the way you play…

    • Lisa says:

      lol, that’s the first thing that popped in my head, too. But she better watch her elbows! 🙂

    • A Fox says:

      That’s what I was thinking, ‘cept she’ll have to tuck that elbow in if she doesn’t want to called on it. Junior Roller Derby, here she comes!

      Both the little girl’s feet are off the floor, aren’t they? It almost looks like she was thrown with the bouquet.

    • lnm says:

      I think we are looking at future members of the U.S. Olympic Women’s Soccer Team! Or the Canadian Women’s Hockey Team, if it’s in Canada.

  44. Jennifer says:

    This is so disturbing….yet awesome. I’m trying to figure out how old the bigger girl is- the older she is the better the picture is.

  45. Lael says:


    The boy in the background on the left is watching his love fail.

  46. taino sam says:

    this is what happens when bret favre renews his vows!

  47. jane says:

    Ballet of the doomed and the damned.

  48. madi says:

    Hahahaha. This is so adorable.

    • John R. says:

      Yep. And not really awkward.

      • Bethany says:

        Um…note that the smaller girl is mid-flight
        I think so.

        Than again, what would you do with your life if not go onto websites that post a certain kind of thing and say that whatever they posted doesn’t count.

  49. MQ says:

    Extreme bouqet throwing: wet floor, full-contact, no age limit, no holds barred – no mercy.

  50. Elinor says:

    I like the wet floor sign in the background… classy.

    • Adam says:

      Someone spilled something at the table back there and they put that sign there after they cleaned up the spill.

      • Kane says:

        Really Adam? Ya think that’s the deeper meaning behind the “Wet Floor” sign? I always wondered…

        • Lindsey says:

          Hahaa!! Love it, Kane.

        • Quinn says:

          ROFLMAO!!!!! The real question is WHAT was spilled? soda, wine?

        • Zed says:

          I think Adam is just pointing out that the whole floor wasn’t wet, just that small spot.
          Besides, how is a wet floor sign un-classy? It’s a wet floor!

          • leonie says:

            I vote water Quinn. Going by the glass. Could be soda..mmm…interesting……lol.

          • Bitter? says:

            Wow, Kane. A little bitter are we? LOL.

            And I thought the wet sign thing was hilarious that they would not dry it up before the tossing of the bouquet. So one will be the next bride with a broken arm?

        • Kate says:

          Adam was there, genius. He’s been leaving responses on several comments explaining what happened.

        • Kane says:

          Yeh, I just realized minutes after I posted this and read further down that Adam was there. Yes, I feel like an ass, but I can’t turn down a sardonic comment when it presents itself.

          And yes I am bitter! I wanted to get that damn bouquet! It was my turn!

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