What are the worst wedding themes? Generally ones that are offensive or take the couple's hobbies a little too far. Alas, while some people are still not allowed to partake in wedding ceremonies, there are others who should not be allowed to join in the fun. You know who I am talking about, these are the folks whose passions for a hobby rank as holier than both the sacred word of God or the exalted slurring of a Dean Martin impersonator. I mean even the top wedding themes for insane people shouldn't be this available to the general public. Like, how did these people even pull these weddings off? Crazy wedding themes are one thing, and something that should really just be kept to the pages of Pinterest. But until these weirdo wedding rituals are absolved... weddings aren't safe for anyone.
The NRA Wedding
Game of Thrones Wedding
This bride and groom played with fire when they held their Game of Thrones-themed wedding in June 2014. They decorated with GoT swag, played the Rains of Castamere and even wore GoT house shirts under their wedding clothes. The groom represented House Stark. Risky, right?
We get it: you love the show and the books. So do we! Not to state the obvious, but when has a wedding on Game of Thrones ever, EVER turned out well? Disaster may not immediately strike, but you're definitely asking for it. Just think about that when you're nibbling on your lemon cakes and hot pies.
Little girl: "Mommy, when I grow up I want to get married around a bunch of superheroes!"
Mommy: "Daddy's not spending $20,000 on that."
Well, bridesmaids of the world, you can no longer complain about having to pay $400 for an ugly dress you will never wear again.
This guy got all his buddies dressed up in tights as a warm-up for his wedding night. Classy. We don't know how much the codpieces cost, but we do know how much the inevitable forced-cosplay will cost on the lives of their children (emotionally)... and it ain't cheap.
Man, those guys are nerds... Also, the Post-Crisis DC Universe Batman has absolutely NOTHING to do with the Batman from the 1960s television, and none of the Justice League EVER showed up in even a single episode, not even the movie that followed the series.... What?