Rule one for being a groomwoman: Be prepared to drink. Heavily.
He's the only one who got the memo about not wearing white to a wedding.
That's not a wedding party. That's backup.
"'Be a bridesman,' they said. 'You'll look totally natural,' they said..."
Aside from her and the groom, none of these people seem to know how sofas are supposed to work.
Yet another benefit to being a bridesman: You don't have to walk in those awful heels!
Are we sure this is a groomswoman? Because I'm pretty certain she might be his bodyguard...or an international spy.
Forget about the female bridesmaid tradition being thrown out the window. Since when are we allowed to wear jeans to a wedding?!
It's considered a faux pas to show up looking better than the bride. Nobody said anything about looking better than the groom, though.
She'll never be able to un-see what she saw at the bachelor party.
What do you do in wedding party photos? Point at things. At what? Doesn't matter.
Hey, man. I know you're new to being in a bridal party, but don't let the other girls boss you around. They're messing with you. There's no rule that "the one with the most facial hair has to drive."
And where was the reception held? In a cabin built by the groomsmen & groomswoman's bare hands.
Why does he look so smug? Because he's the only one who didn't have to buy a $500 dress.
Without her, it's a bunch of unshaven dudes holding cans of beer; with her, it's a hip and contemporary wedding photo.