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12 wedding dresses that should never have been allowed to happen

Our eyes, our poor eyes.

IT’S YOUR BIG day. What could possibly go wrong?

Well, as these dresses show, everything. Nearly everything can be a nightmare:

1. This desert-themed wedding obviously needed a style to match

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2. Blending into the wooded background

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3. Flames signify style. They always do

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4. It’s almost hypnotic

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5. Having your dress light up is always a bonus, right?

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It shows off the, eh, style.

6. It’s hard to know which is worse – the dress or the lifesize bride-cake with the dress on it

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7. Emma Thompson is universally loved, but not for her subtle taste in wedding dresses

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It was the 90s.

8. The cane is the worst thing here, but the dress holds its own

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9. Please, no

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10. Anthea Turner’s white tights, even for 1990, were too much

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11. Somebody should have been on hand to put a stop to this

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12. And finally, what every wedding dress needs… luminous writing

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Our eyes, our poor eyes will not recover from this.

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David Elkin

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