The inital scheduled timing for the groom to reached was at 7am. However, they didn’t reach till 7.15am. It was expected.
I did the same for my wedding. My brothers and I loitered at the void deck for 10 minutes before calling the bridesmaids that we had reached.
It was common sense to do it for most weddings. Most grooms would choose to be late rather than on time to give as little time for the wedding games as possible.
Even married couples had advised us to do that. So it was not unusual that the groom was late for my cousin’s wedding.
Back at my cousin’s home, the groom called only after 7 or I think it was the other way. The bride called the groom to ask him where he was.
She told the bridesmaids that the groom’s party was late and the bridesmaids added more weird stuff for them as a form of punishment.
Finally soon after, the groom arrived with his gung-ho brothers and he had to read out the rules to the games. (I posted some of the rules in the “wedding games” post)
I was stuck outside the door with the groomsmen as I had to take picture when the groom got off his bridal car.
I felt different when I saw the groom and his party got sabotaged into some games of insanity. I still remembered I felt fury hot wearing two layers and got very anxious and excited while getting over the games.
The groom had to eat the hamburgers with crickets and maggots but it was an act of pretence.
There was a trash bag behind the groomsmen and they used it to dispose all the limes and hamburgers.
It was a smart move! So for grooms-to-be, do remember to bring a trash bag along.
And also bring alot some drinks of your own to put out the flame just in case you have to eat red hot chilli padi, just like on my wedding day.
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