“Savage” Bride Reads Her Cheating Fiance’s Text Messages At The Altar Instead Of Wedding Vows

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When the wedding guests arrived at one bride’s wedding, they were probably expecting a fairly typical wedding. The bride would walk down the aisle. The bride and groom would exchange vows. The newlyweds would kiss and walk down the aisle. Then the event would end with a big party.

For one bride, her guests were left as shocked as she was with how the wedding played out. Until the night before the wedding, the bride expected the wedding to be the event she had been dreaming about, but something changed when she looked at a text on her phone.

The night before the wedding, she heard her phone buzz. She explained, “This text wasn’t like the other wishes of luck and love.” She added, “The message was a series of screenshots from a number I didn’t recognize. The accompanying message simply said, ‘I wouldn’t marry him. Will you?'”

She explained, “The screenshots were of conversations between my husband-to-be and another woman. Loads of them, including selfies of the pair.” She continued, “The texts were dated from months to only days before. My brain simply could not compute WTF was going on. There was no questioning the legitimacy of these messages. I just knew.”

Instead of canceling the wedding, the bride came up with another plan the next day, the morning of her wedding. She got ready for the wedding as planned and walked down the aisle. That’s when things stopped going as originally planned.

After the bride walked down the aisle, she turned to face the wedding guests and told them, “There will be no wedding today. It seems Alex is not who I thought he was.” She then proceeded to read all of the text messages she received the night before. In the end, she was crying, and her groom fled from the church.

Then, the bride told the guests, “I love all of you and as horrible as this is I’m glad you all are here. There will not be a wedding reception today, but instead, there will be a celebration of honesty, finding true love and following your heart even when it hurts.”

Do you think the bride should have called off the wedding instead of reading her groom’s texts to all of the guests? Do you think her approach was the right move? Would you have called off the wedding?