Bad Wedding Ideas
- A Halloween wedding, with everyone in costume, and the officiator in a Cthulhu suit.
- A slip-n-slide aisle for the procession. (Inspiration for this came from Ben and Jen's wedding at Castle on the Hill in Ipswich. There's this long, rolling green hill down to the sea. It's super excellent, and would make a good slip-n-slide setting.)
- Live favors for the guests at the reception, including mice and goldfish.
- Have Mary Prankster play the reception.
- Have the groom dressed in full Darth Vader outfit. For extra points, all groomsmen should be outfited with matching Imperial Guard robes and helmets. Any extra ushers, if there are extra ushers who aren't groomsmen, could of course have Storm Trooper armour. (And the bride would have Leia-buns.)
- A sword arch! Bridesmaids on one side, groomsmen on the other side. For added expense, you can give matching sword as gifts... ok, this is a "good" idea. The bad one would be a boffer-sword arch. ;)
- Pixel as ring-bearer. One person could hold his leash, the people in front of him would have dangly-sparklys to trail behind them, and the rings could be attached to his collar.
- Extra-thick candy-canes as columns for the wedding cake.
- Bridal party dressed as Final Fantasy characters, with the victory theme played right after "Good, you're married, kiss her" bit. The fanfare is an old threat from Aurora, but the costumes are inspired by the White Mage wedding gown idea. ;) Additionally, from Aurora's friend Daming, have gelt for the wedding favors and call it gil, have a small boy dressed as a moogle for the ring bearer, and rig up ballons to make the car that takes you off into an airship.
- Ride off on a motorcycle. Arrange so the skirt of the bride's dress comes off, turning it into a halter-top/tights combo. Keep the veil/cape attached to blow behind her as they leave.
- Oh I got a good one. Next person in the greater UC social circle getting married totally needs to do this: Double Blind Taste Test Catfood Hors d'oeuvres. Half the hors d'oeuvres are actual fancy things on crackers (Yellowfin Tuna Florentine in a Savory Sauce with Garden Greens), the other half is the Fancyfeast Elegant Medleys version smeared on the exact same type of crackers. Take bets on how many guests can tell which is which. --Ubernerd 16:24, 3 March 2010 (EST)