A Chinese groom found himself saying "I don't" at his own wedding.
The unnamed man was about to kiss his bride when his ex-girlfriend interrupted what was supposed to be a monumental moment by showing up in full bridal attire, according to Asian American news outlet NextShark.
In a viral 30-second video, the ex-girlfriend latches onto the man's arm in an attempt to win him back. The groom pulls his arm away and redirects his attention to his clearly stunned bride, as his former flame kneels in tears.
The persistent ex-girlfriend then tries again by tugging at the man's jacket. The disgusted bride walks away, and the groom immediately chases after her.
Viewers were quick to comment on popular Chinese social media platform Weibo.
"A wedding gown? Really?" one user wrote. "Are you trying to star in your own TV series?"
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Etsy's 2019 Wedding Trends
Etsy's 2019 Wedding Trends
Brides in 2019 are rethinking the traditional veil and swapping it for more modern hair accessories and head pieces. Think: hats, tulle turbans and bows.
More and more brides are looking to stand out amongst a sea of mermaid gowns and sweetheart necklines. One way to do that is by choosing a dress with statement sleeves, a look that can be made classically elegant or beautifully bohemian.
Couples are leaving small messages to one another away from their guests on their wedding day. These small but thoughtful messages can be on a patch inside a coat jacket, embroidered behind a tie, stamped under a dress hem or even sewn on the bouquet.
For brides who prefer a more neutral color palette for their wedding, adding in textures can help break things up without being too over-the-top. Think adding pampas grass to a bouquet, velvet chair covers, raw-edged stone cuff links and laser cut invitations.
In 2019, brides are finding new ways to usher guests to their seats at receptions. Take a detailed map for example, or personalized keepsakes for guests like personalized coasters and unique name card holders.
As companies make strides to incorporate greener practices into their daily business, brides and grooms are taking note. This wedding season is set to the be one of the greenest yet with people searching on Etsy for reusable straws, biodegradable confetti and vintage decor.
Generic favors, be gone! In 2019, couples are opting for favors guests will actually look forward to taking home and using, like these adorable coffee beans. Etsy has reported that this year alone there has been an increase in searches for "wine favors," "honey favors," and "soap favors."
We've seen '90s style is coming back in fashion, so it makes sense the trend has made its way into weddings. Brides are reportedly searching on Etsy for rhinestone garters, bridal fanny packs, butterfly clips and holographic accents.