Monday, November 28, 2011

6 Things That Happened at the Twilight Wedding That Would Never Happen in Real Life (Besides Vampires Showing Up)

Before anything else.. I want to give you the chance to STOP READING (if you haven't seen the movie yet) and check out Breaking Dawn Part I first before reading this post :)


Twihards! Check out these unbelievable stuffs that went down..

The mother of the bride seemed surprised to receive the wedding invitation in the mail.
Yes, Bella lives with and is much closer with her dad. But COME ON. No bride I know would keep her wedding a secret from her own mother until wedding invitations went out. Plus, the wedding invitation text starts with “Together with their families.” If the families are mentioned on the invites, you’d think the mom would be in the loop.

Bella walks gracefully in gigundo heels at her wedding ceremony.
She seems to practice walking in her wedding shoes for the first time the night before the wedding. And even though it’s been said she can barely walk in sneakers, she’s as graceful as a runway model at her wedding ceremony. And speaking of Bella’s shoes…

Her tall, skinny heels didn’t sink into the ground.
Ask anyone who’s been to an outdoor wedding: the thinner your heels, the more likely you are to get stuck in the mud or the grass. But Bella’s spiky kicks are immune to the quicksandiness of the earthy wedding ceremony setting.

Bella’s wedding gown dragged on the grassy, muddy ground and didn't get dirty.
She walked slowly through a clearing in the woods, train sliding along the earth, and her wedding gown remained as pristine as the day it was sewn.

The bride left the wedding reception to, basically, talk to an ex-boyfriend.
Oh, that Edward. He’s so understanding of Bella’s special relationship with Jacob that he has little problem with returning to his wedding reception alone to give his bride some privacy with a former flame. Yeah, like any groom would be cool with that on his wedding day. 

Public frenemy number-one gives a wedding toast.
It’s no secret that Jessica Stanley and Bella are not the best friends they sort of were in the beginning of the series. It’s not surprising that she’s invited to the wedding, but it makes zero sense that she’d give a speech, let alone one in which she admits to having a crush on the groom and not understanding why he went for the bride instead of her.

Boo! I still love Twilight baby :P

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