Jimmy Fallon, the legendary host of The Tonight Show, keeps us laughing even when we’re feeling blue. This time, Jimmy asked his adoring fans to share the most spectacular and hilarious wedding fails, seeing as wedding season’s roaring with full force. And we’ve got to tell ya, having read through these, no tiny mishaps at weddings will ever scare us again!
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While we’d all love to have the ‘perfect’ wedding, expecting absolutely everything to go swimmingly during your happy day is simply unattainable. Anna and Sarah from the Wedding Society told Bored Panda that having a ‘perfect’ wedding is impossible and that we should instead embrace the fact that mistakes (big and small) will pop up during the big day in one form or another. And we’ll be much happier if we simply let go of our desire for perfection and realize that our wedding isn’t a movie.
According to wedding experts Anna and Sarah, we’ve got to change the way that we approach wedding celebrations. Perfection isn’t something that we should aim for—instead, we should focus on the marriage itself and celebrating the love between two people with those closest to our hearts.
“It is well and truly time to reframe how we see weddings. It is one six-hour period where potentially hundreds of factors, people, and services merge together into one point to deliver a single event. It's physically impossible that something won't go wrong, whether you're aware of it or not,” they said that we have to be realistic.
“The best way to approach your day is to expect that something will go wrong and to know that it's okay because it's just par for the course,” the duo from The Wedding Society gave Bored Panda some spot-on advice.
“It's not a movie,” they added that we shouldn’t expect something like we’ve seen dozens of times in rom-coms on the silver screen.
“This event, like the rest of life, is perfectly imperfect. Embrace that and you'll be on the right track for what's to come out of that event—your marriage,” Anna and Sarah suggested that embracing the fact that not everything will go as you’d like it to is a good approach to have not just regarding your wedding but also life itself.