Funny Games in Wedding

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Wedding is one of the most important milestones in each person's life. Friends and relatives come to congratulate on the bride and groom's happiness with lots of presents and wishes. Wedding is not only the occasion to show off the best dresses but also the chance for families to gather and spend quality time together. Therefore, everyone who attends weddings wants to have enjoyable and memorable moments with their relatives and friends in the warm atmosphere. 

To make the wedding more cheerful and exciting, fun contests are held for the bride and groom as well as all the guests. They include touching hums to find the groom, banana eating and keeping the ball, etc. This is also a way that you can use to entertain your guests at your nuptials. Enjoy the following funny pictures of hilarious moments in weddings. 

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Which is my groom's fatty hump?

 

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Impressive "sexy" Flamenco dancing

 

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Honey, I'm coming to take off your shoes.

 

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We''ll win the Best Kiss, honey.

 

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Darling, where are you? I'm coming.

 

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Hold on, brothers. We''ll never collapse.

 

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Hey, guy. The "babies" needs more "milk".

 

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Who wants to be the next? I'll pass my luck to you, girl.

 

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Darling, I'm too anxious to taste your lips.

 

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Mummy, we want more milk.

 

 

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This article was published on 2010/06/11