Not really sure what is going on here, but apparently, this is a gypsy wedding. Black long nails, gold lined veil with gold hoop earrings, bra straps showing, and random white armbands make for quite a colorful getup.
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This wedding has it all. Santa Claus wedding dress with flowing train, check. Giant his and hers cocktails, check. Multiple hideous cakes, triple check!
The bride, looking thrilled:
I wonder how many people stepped on this thing:
Is it just me or does the red cake have eyes on it? Kind of reminds me of the Hamburglar:
Is that a shrimp castle?
And for the grande finale, the orbiting creature cake!! GAH!
I can’t believe we have another tacky chav-tastick child bride on our hands! And get this, she lives in a trailer!! And she dropped out of school at nine. Just when I think I’ve seen the tackiest thing in the whole world, BAM!! This wedding is UNREAL. Love the Brits!
This look can be yours, for a mere $30,000! Seriously.
Nice balloon arches.
Groom’s mother looks elated.
The proud parents of the bride. Quite a demure mother of the bride outfit, wouldn’t you say? Can’t let the bride steal all the slutty!
LOVELY bridesmaid dresses!
Article from UK Daily Mail:
What Daddy’s little girl wants Daddy’s little girl gets.
So when Missy Quinn insisted on a big white wedding with her boyfriend, her father said Yes. It didn’t matter that she was only 16 and the groom 17.
Daddy also said Yes to a £16,000 wedding dress (which looked suspiciously like a crop top and skirt) and Yes to 150 guests at the reception. Then there were the cars, the hotels, the tiara and the £500 bouquet.
the end, making Missy’s wedding dreams come true cost her father – who lives in a caravan and surfaces driveways for a living – a whopping £100,000.
But as his princess, who hasn’t been in a classroom since she was nine and wants to be a glamour model, posed for photographs, her father Simon, 35, declared it was worth every penny. ‘I’m very proud of her today,’ he said.
Missy was just happy to be the undisputed centre of attention.
Her dress, studded with Swarovski crystals, and with a 10ft wide train, was so heavy that it took ten guests to help her struggle out of the Rolls-Royce Phantom that brought her to the church.
‘It was huge. I wanted to outdo everyone else’s wedding dress,’ she said.
‘It was extremely heavy and just standing in the church was really difficult. But despite all that, I felt just like Cinderella.’
The bill was around five times the cost of the average British wedding.
Missy said: ‘It cost a fortune, but I’ve always wanted a big wedding and my dad has been saving for ages to pay for it.’ She met Thomas at Alton Towers theme park when she was 13.
They continued to date despite her traveller family leaving their caravan park in Stoke-on-Trent every summer to tour the UK while Thomas lived with his parents in Wolverhampton.
Missy said: ‘I just knew he was The One from the beginning. He’s perfect.’
Her mother Theresa, 33, who married Missy’s father at 16, said: ‘I was surprised they wanted to get married so young in this day and age. But we could see they were madly in love.’
The couple married six days after Missy turned 16 at St Mary’s Catholic Church in Congleton-Cheshire. After the ceremony-guests in feathers and crystals enjoyed champagne and an all-day buffet at the reception. Girls as young as nine showed off bikini tops, high heels and make-up.
Guest Victoria Docherty, 23, who wore a £700 hotpants and bra outfit, said: ‘This isn’t unusual – it’s just what we do at weddings. It’s all very extravagant. Everything is paid for by the bride’s daddy.’
Missy and Thomas honeymooned in Turkey before moving into their own £18,000 caravan – a wedding gift from her parents.
From the Gwinnett Daily Post:
DACULA – As the famous twang of Hank Williams Jr. blasted from an SUV stereo Friday afternoon, about 30 folks socialized, sipped soda and puffed on cigarettes.
No, this wasn’t a Fourth of July backyard barbecue. It was the run-up to a wedding.
In a Waffle House parking lot.
The lucky couple, George “Bubba” Mathis and Pamela Christian – both 23 and employees at the Dacula diner located at the Ga. Highway 316/U.S. Highway 29 interchange – wouldn’t have it any other way.
“I don’t know, it’s something different,” Mathis said while fixing his tie prior to the ceremony.
For years, the couple tried to marry on their Independence Day anniversary. But the bride was always scheduled to work. Instead of waiting any longer – she got the day off at the last minute; Mathis had to report for the morning shift – the couple of nine years decided to seal the deal at work.
The result was what a NASCAR tailgate might be like if Hank Jr. himself stopped by with all his rowdy friends: Loud and proud – country music, storytelling and plenty of Dale Earnhardt paraphernalia – and not an iota of pretentiousness.
Shortly after exchanging vows under the shade of a tree next to the parking lot, both man and wife let out sighs of relief as they picked up their two little blonde girls and chatted with family and friends. But there was not time to relax – the wedding cake had to be cut inside.
“It’s been crazy, madness,” the bride said. “Finally, everything worked out.”
Standing nearby, the father of the newly minted Mrs. Pamela Mathis, William Christopher, wondered if anyone had videotaped the ceremony. He wants to send it in to CMT.
“I think it’s pretty redneck myself,” he said, laughing. “But I’m a redneck anyway, so.”
The couple plans to honeymoon Monday and Tuesday, but then it’s back to work.
“I don’t know yet,” Mathis said
-Staff Writer Alex P. Joyner