'Our Perfect Wedding' disbelief as guests pour champagne in water bottles

'Our Perfect Wedding' disbelief as guests pour champagne in water bottles

- This evening's Our Perfect Wedding was far from perfect indeed

- There were many hiccups for the long-suffering bride and groom, including a tantrum thrown by the groom's mother

- The thing that shocked viewers most though was when some guests poured their champagne into empty water bottles

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There were quite a few less than perfect moments during tonight's Our Perfect Wedding.

One of them was when the mother of the groom threw a tantrum about not receiving enough blankets.

Viewers were shocked that the bride had to choose her mother-in-law's over her own mother's.

Tweeps didn't think this bode well for the bride within the marriage.

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One wrote, "So this (mother-in-law) woman throws tantrums and go get the bride because she belongs to her ... the bride must now choose her mother-in-law over a woman who raised her."

"Patriachy sucks."

The second thing that shocked viewers was when some of the guests resorted to pouring their champagne into empty water bottles before the toast.

It was evident that these guests were definitely not included in the original guest list and glass count, and had elbowed their way in on a last minute type of tip.

One tweep wrote, "This is what happens when you invite yourself to people's weddings."

The flower girl, although adorable, rocked up in a veil too.

This is normally reserved only for the bride.

Needless to say, tweeps did not miss the chance to roast the faux pas.

Another shocker was that the groom already has four children by four different women.

The bride said she's more than happy to birth four more kids for him as he has paid lobola.

Hey, if she likes it, we love it!

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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