40 Bizarre Wedding Dresses That Never Should Have Existed

Choosing a wedding dress can be intimidating. There are so many different styles and materials to consider. Some brides have had a specific vision in their head of what they want since they were little girls, while others feel overwhelmed at the prospect of making a choice. And that’s not even factoring in the cost, with many brides paying thousands of dollars for their wedding dress.

With the cost of some designer dresses, it’s no wonder that many brides are turning to other places to find their perfect gown. Some go rummaging in thrift stores, others rework their grandmother or mother’s dress, and some even rent a gown for the day. The simple fact is, there are dozens of ways to end up with a beautiful dress for your wedding day without forking over a lot of money.

Some brides love a classic, traditional look, while others enjoy pushing the bar and finding modern styles, patterns, and colors. And then there are the brides who make such bizarre choices, they wind up going viral on the internet — some even decades after their wedding took place.

We won’t judge if you got your wedding dress in a thrift shop. But these bizarre dresses are another story.

1. There’s nothing like wearing a wedding dress that resembles a tampon.

Everything about this is horrible, from the bows to the frills to the bizarre shape with the bride’s face peeking out. Was anyone at the wedding able to keep a straight face?

2. This Dress can double as a snowman character.

I have a lot of questions about this one. For one, where are her arms? What’s up with that shape? I guess at the end of the day, the two of them look happy, and that’s the most important thing.

3. You may now slice the bride.

Presumably, this means that she couldn’t move all day until the guests ate down to her legs. It also seems sticky and kind of unsanitary but to each their own, I guess.

4. Needs more ruffles.

Everything about this bridal outfit is taken to the next level. Anywhere there can be a frill, there’s a frill, from the headpiece to the sleeves to the embellished skirt. Let’s hope, for the poor bride’s sake, that the wedding was during .

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