People Revealed The Biggest Bridezilla Moment They’ve Ever Witnessed And God Bless These Grooms

There is a certain breed of bride that can unhinge even the most calm, virtuous of people. Bridezillas are most commonly found in the affluent regions of America and they primarily feed off avocado toast and pumpkin spiced lattes. They typically travel in packs and in the brand new Jetta their daddies bought them. They attract a mate through sheer intimidation, initially posing as a football-loving, wing eating cool chick before sticking their true fangs in the prey and revealing themselves as a total pain in the ass.

The behaviors of bridezillas can range from petty to infuriating and everywhere in between. The people of Reddit have revealed the most quintessential Bridezilla moments they’ve ever witnessed. Check them out below.


I saw a bride kick ugly people out of a group photo.


I was 17 and my dad was marrying a terrible woman. She made my brother and I walk my dad down the aisle. No big deal, whatever.

When the wedding was over, I was summoned to her hotel room so she could scream at me that I looked bored when I was standing next to my dad and I ruined her whole wedding. She then proceeded to tell me that I was not allowed to live with her and her children at her house and had to live at my dad’s house alone, where he would visit me on weekends.

Five months later, my dad takes me out to get Chinese food and tell me they’re getting a divorce.


A girl I know, I’ll call her Kate, was bridesmaid at a wedding. On the morning of the wedding the bride had a full on screaming bitch fit and demoted Kate from being bridesmaid because she had decided that Kate looked too pretty after having her makeup done and bride wanted to be the prettiest.


Bride slapped her husband and left him at the alter as he was wearing a red tie instead of a bright pink flowery one that she wanted all the men to wear to fit in with her “pink princess wedding”, she told him in a text that he had “ruined her special day”.

Only her nephew was wearing the tie, he was a 1 year old.


My sister’s best friend is getting married this year. They both work minimum wage jobs yet have reserved tens of thousands of dollars of wedding vendors/stuff. She went on facebook asking how she’s going to pay for it and everyone commented telling her to do something simple if they can’t afford it. She replied to every comment saying everything’s booked, it’s just a matter of coming up with the money now. She set up a gofundme and no one donated. It took all my strength not to comment and tell her a homeless person can book $100k of wedding vendors, doesn’t mean they can afford it.


I used to work in a place that was like a wedding mall of sorts. They sold everything from the dress to the food to the DJ’s and video production. It was a one stop shop.

This lady came in and demanded to be refit. She was claiming they made her dress too small. Our staff quickly took her back and started ensuring their measurements were correct that they used to have the dress made.

Nope. She had gained 15lbs since her fitting.

My boss said, “Ma’am, I’m not sure how to say this, but you’ve gotten bigger. The dress matches the measurements we took of you when you ordered the dress.”

She threatened to call all kinds of police and new “Action” reporters. Ultimately my boss said, “If you going to call anyone I’d recommend a gym.”

The guy was brutal.

[h/t Reddit]

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