The Furry Friend Dress
This outfit has all the elements of a classic wedding dress--nudity, bling, and a dead dog attached at the bottom. And since it’s not all white, you can repurpose this not-at-all-cumbersome monstrosity for all sorts of occasions!
The Egg-cellent Dress
What a young bride! She’s barely hatched from her tulle egg and she’s already getting married! This one at least gets some credit for being white.
The Cinched Knees Dress
This is the perfect wedding dress for ladies with an hourglass figure in all the wrong places. You might not be able to take a step larger than a few centimeters, but people will definitely be talking about your dress for years to come.
The Atom Bomb Dress
This bride was clearly standing directly above a cupcake liner factory when it exploded. Let’s hope that the doors to the church are plenty wide.
The "Armholes Not Included" Dress
Have you always wanted a winter wedding? Well now you can have one any time of the year--just throw this dress on and *poof* you’re a pink snowman.
The Giant Vegas Showgirl Dress
This is clearly a bride who was going for a more refined, minimal look. Let’s hope years of back pain are worth it!
The Extraterrestrial Stole Dress
This dress was on the right track -- right up until the designer threw a giant fur tube on top of the whole thing. We don’t know if any animals were harmed in the making of this dress, but our eyes definitely were.
The "Feminine Hygiene" Dress
What bride doesn’t want to look like a giant, decorative tampon on her big day? This one clearly has a lot of bells and whistles that probably took a lot of time to make--unfortunately you could not have picked worse bells and whistles.
The Nightmare Dress
There are some wedding trends that are so popular they just should die. It seems like every bride these days is walking down the aisle looking like some nightmarish alien mummy.
The Laura Ingalls Dress
It’s always so touching when a bride includes her bridesmaids in her terrible fashion choices. Are these women headed to a wedding or pioneer prom?
The Deer Dress
If you start from the ground up, this wedding dress looks promising right until you make it to the “veil” -- or whatever those horns and fringe are supposed to be.
The Edible Dress
This might be an insane wedding dress, but there’s no denying that it’s also useful. This was clearly a bride who wanted to kill two birds with one stone.
It’s nice to see that the Swamp Thing finally found love. As for what is actually happening in this photo--your guess is as good as mine!
The "I Need a Drink" Dress
Now, are these champagne glasses for guests or all for the bride herself? It’s the metal exoskeleton that really ties this one together.
The Veil Explosion Dress
Who needs a veil when you can just toss some tulle and pearls on your head? Hey, at least you don’t have to fix your hair when you do that.
The Bling Dress
This dress was featured on My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding, which should surprise absolutely no one. How is the groom supposed to reach her face when it's time to kiss the bride?
The Mountain Dew Dress
When you think of wedding colors, is the first thing that comes to mind neon yellows and greens? Yeah, those never crossed our mind either. But that clearly wasn't the case with this bride!
The Ombre Afro Dress
We've seen a lot of ridiculous and poofy wedding dresses, but this one takes the cake. There's no telling what that dress is made of, but it straight up looks like hair.
The Dreamsicle Dress
I guess if you want to look as bright as a poison dart frog on your wedding day -- that's your business. At least this fashion-challenged bride found a man just as tacky as she is.
The Balloon Dress
This bride is really thinking outside the box. Sure, she squeaked the entire time she walked down the aisle, and the flower girl popped a few balloons out of boredom, but this was definitely a dress to remember. Now if only we could forget...
The Pamela Anderson Dress
Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee got married after only dating for four days. And clearly, this couple wanted their wedding to be as rock-solid and long-lasting as their marriage was.
The Annie Oakley Dress
What's this woman about to go do? Get married? The can-can in an old western saloon? A shootout at the mercantile?
The "I Can't Wear White" Dress
After this woman gets married, she's got to go be the grand marshal for a Mardi Gras parade. And then if there's time, she's set to go pick up a shift at the strip club too.
The Diaper Dress
I can wrap my head around getting married because of an unexpected pregnancy. But making diapers the main attraction at your wedding is something I don't understand and don't want to understand.
The Wide Load Dress
If you're going to wear a wedding dress that big, a carriage is not going to cut it. At the very least, they need a tractor trailer.
The Ursula Dress
Nothing says true love like literally wrapping your tentacles around a man. Personally, I want as few octopuses around as possible on my wedding day.
The Victorian Ghost Dress
Want to get married like it’s the 1800s? Someone will probably say yes to that, and there are some excellent period wedding dresses. This, unfortunately, isn’t one of them.
The Midas Dress
If I had any gold to flaunt, I absolutely would. But fake gold doesn't count--and something tells me that's not a genuine 24 karat dress.
The Hot Rod Dress
This is a great look if you're looking to get married at the racetrack. It's probably not going to have a very positive reception anywhere else, though.
The Pink Nightmare Dress
This dress has everything and then some...and then a little bit more after that. It's bright pink, too tight and too big, so you can rest assured that you and everyone around you will be uncomfortable on your wedding day.