Jimmy Fallon Asks People To Share The Worst Wedding Fails Theyve Encountered, They Deliver 30 Funny Responses

When there are open bars, extended families, future-in-laws who don’t get along or any other fantastic mix of variables there is sure to be some excitement. In honor of this season, Jimmy Fallon asked his followers to tweet out a funny or weird story from a wedding they attended with the hashtag #WeddingFail, for the chance it could be read on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon show – and boy did they deliver. Scroll down to check out the best ones and don’t forget to upvote your favs! #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9 #10 #11 #12 #13 #14 #15 #16 #17 #18 #19 #20 #21 See Also on Bored Panda Original Article : HERE ; The …

Influencer Bride With 55K Followers Tries To Get Wedding Shot For Free, Photographers Destroy Her With Sarcastic Response

Need more proof? Last week 195,000 people followed Goop employee Marissa Fuchs on a six-day scavenger hunt that ended in a “surprise” wedding. The elaborate affair was orchestrated by her partner Gabriel Grossman, which the pair alleged was done without her knowledge – that was until the Atlantic published a piece by Taylor Lorenz revealing the whole extravaganza was set-up for, probably for brand sponsorship. Before the proposal, multiple brand marketers had received a PDF of a pitch deck, “in the context of a potential sponsorship.” The agent of an “influencer” reached out to a photography/videography company in the hopes of exchanging free services for exposure Image credits: Melissa wrote in the email that her client was a “well known …

Chinese wedding photos – a picture essay

Pre-wedding photo sessions have become big business in China, as couples demand lavish mementoes of their big day in advance. Gone are the days when couples would be satisfied with a single black and white photo to commemorate their wedding China. A couple pose at the 27 Rome Brand photo studio The busy streets of Wuhan (left) and Beijing are backdrops to photos In the main touristic spots in different cities across China, it is easy to see couples having their pre-wedding photoshoots, which become the must-have for every Chinese couple before their marriage. Unlike western weddings, where couples usually have their photos taken on their wedding day, for Chinese people it is quite popular to have their day-long photo …