The Wedding Party

April 27th, 2011

The Wedding Party - Wedding

Formal is a state of mind.

(submitted by David)

111 Responses to “The Wedding Party”

  1. Roman Sandstorm says:

    Is that a Whipper-Snipper in amongst the wedding gifts?

    Could that gift be related in any way to the of moustaches?

  2. michelle says:

    I like the blue color theme they have goin on…

  3. JS says:

    Nothing says awkward more than getting your wedding picture taken in front of a depiction of ancient execution practices.

  4. messyjessy says:

    Yep to add to the pic…Im the little girl in the pic and I had just pooped behind the wedding cake…..yeah that is the not so happy looks on everyones face and why the crying bride is absent…seriously no joke..oh family get togethers are still fun!!!

  5. G.I.G says:

    Not eighties, these are late nineties/early 21st century Lithuanians, I can tell by the lace collars, footwear and poor quality glasses. The fellow on the left holding the baby is a small village stay-behind, the other men are sporting their various preferred “funky western style” and all work in IT in Vilnius, and in a band at night.The mother just screams baltic to me.
    Where is the poster. Am I right?

  6. Jen says:

    Yummy! I need to get me some of the white tux guy.

  7. carola says:

    and i also see a mother in law, and still no bride

  8. babytoes says:

    Nice to have a wedding photo of the parents in “19 Kids and Counting”

  9. drew says:

    This is like Family Guy but in real life!!

  10. Suzanne says:

    I think that the groom, the woman in blue and the man standing behind them are all siblings. The other groomsman is a friend and the man hoisting the baby by the crotch is the sister’s husband and those are their kids. I guess that’s mom on the bottom right.

    The photographer must have told them, “Let’s get the siblings together. Oh, I guess you guys can be on the periphery you too, mom. Bride, why don’t you sit this one out.”

    • CarrieM says:

      Yes. Groom’s family photo – fine. Groomsmen only – sure. But everyone except the bride and the bridesmaids? A little odd.

  11. Angela says:


  12. googleyou says:

    Suzy already commented on a picture “without the add-ons”. However, can you imagine telling the bride…Well, you just step out of this picture. We want to remember our family BEFORE today.

    • algonquin says:

      My mom actually said to the photographer at my sister’s wedding, “Now we need one of just the family.” Jaws dropped all around. Fortunately my dad pointed out that my brother-in-law now qualified as “family”. Awk-waaaard! The look on my mom’s face in the picture is priceless- pursed up mouth, side-eye at Dad, clearly thoroughly irritated that her brand new son-in-law was in the picture.

  13. Gary says:

    Dude in the white tux is SHWEET!

  14. Dee says:

    The little girl in front is ready to “Peace, out” to the whole gang

  15. Emily says:

    OK, the three guys on the left, definitely 80’s. Guy on the right had dreams of the decade to come…

  16. Ken G. says:

    The Hanson brothers wedding?

  17. Honora says:

    Yes, this is the party of the groom: it’s his groomsmen, his mother, his sister, her husband and their children. “Formal is a state of mind” still works.

  18. Dusty says:

    What the FUDGE?!?

  19. Holly says:

    I’m thinking that this is just the groom’s family. Photographers will sometimes take the bride and groom family photos separately before the ceremony so that they can take all the in-law photos (with the bride and groom) after the ceremony. Makes sense…

  20. Gina says:

    I think it’s the groom and his family. The girl in the blue dress has to be his sister. They look alike. They have the same little nose and the shape of their face is similar… not to mention the same taste in glasses.

  21. Jill says:

    Groomsman on the right is hot.

  22. Jennifer says:

    You can’t really tell from this angle, but the baby is sporting a fairy impressive ‘stache too.

  23. Something blue and new: two birds with one stone. I am very glad that when I look back at my wedding, the photos will look NOTHING like this photo.

  24. Moogie says:

    Looks like the little girl is shaking her fist doing a Jackie Gleason impression.
    “To the moon, Alice, to the MOON!”

  25. Plumr says:

    What’s up with that dude wearing white to a funeral….

  26. Pennygoon says:

    Please tell me the bride isn’t the one wearing white!

  27. ValC says:

    Just . . . d@mn.

  28. Becca says:

    I am guessing the man holding the baby is married to the lady in blue and the older lady is the groom’s mom.
    Other two guys are in the wedding party.

    Little girl is just a wedding crasher.

  29. Becky says:

    Even Jesus turned his face away from the Blueberry Culotte jumpsuit. This is one of the choices a Bridesmaid should have warned you against.

  30. Paul says:

    This season HBO’s Big Love is following a polyandrist family. And you thought 3 wives was drama! Wait until you see what happens with 4 husbands!

  31. Cindy says:

    I don’t think the bride is in this photograh. It’s obviously the groom with his side of the family.

  32. Johnny Mac says:

    It bugs me when people hold babies like that

  33. Suzy says:

    As my mother in law used to say….”Lets get a picture without all the add-ons…”

  34. Xanadu says:

    Taking “something blue” to a whole new level.

  35. Mike says:

    something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue.. the something blue should never be the dress..

  36. Terri says:

    So nice of Jesus to hang around for a picture :o)

  37. Candice says:

    I think this is a shot of the groom’s family without the bride. Or rather, I HOPE this is a shot of the groom’s family without the bride.

  38. Tom says:

    The groom is wearing all white… must have been a virgin.

  39. Rebecca says:

    This appears to be a photo of the groom and his family … but with only one (or two? hard to tell) of the family being part of the bridal party … apart from the dated clothes, it’s not really so weird that there’d be a significant difference between those dressed to stand up for the ceremony and those attending as guests.

    The quality and taste (or lack thereof) in the tuxes seems a function of the time (80s?) and milieu, and not particularly mockable, even if unfortunate.

  40. Kathy says:

    This looks like a photo of “his” side of the family — guess the bride wasn’t invited to join them.

  41. Harry says:

    justme … Why is this tacky? It might have been a rehearsal or something else.

  42. Kirst says:

    Perhaps She’s her own something blue?

  43. laney says:

    I’m hoping that this is just the groom’s family or some such…

  44. casey says:

    They all look like Wierd Al:)

  45. WBean says:

    I heard the bride was hiding in the bathroom in tears…”Oh the shame!”

  46. Kelly McCormick says:

    I thought the bride was supposed to wear white, not the groom!

  47. YiggityBiggity says:

    It was a pretty calm mellow ride to the wedding, just the groom and his two groomsmen. While stopped at a red light Carl murmered from the back seat, “Hey little sister what have you done?” What followed was the inspiration for the Wayne’s World Bohemian Rapsody scene.

  48. Lgirl says:

    Did the Bride take the photo?
    Where the heck is she?

  49. justme says:

    Wow. OK Now see I thought that much tacky in one place was illegal…..but apparently you can get away with it in some places!

  50. jo says:

    who’s married to who??

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