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The Caption Contest Goes to a Wedding!

In honor of the Big Royal Wedding this weekend ( yes, my DVR is set for all 6 hours...dont judge me), the caption contest goes to a wedding! Please give me your best caption for this photo. The winner will receive a DVD all about Kate and Wills, as well as some other cool items I will locate! Didn't Kitty recently clean out her car? Your deadline is Friday at 4 PM!   Have fun, be creative, and, as always, play nice!

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04/27/2011 5:04AM
The Caption Contest Goes to a Wedding!
Please Enter Your Comments Below
04/27/2011 5:29AM
Anna
I'm guessing the ushers had an easy time figuring out who to seat on the bride's side or the Evil Clown Bishop's side of the church.
04/27/2011 6:04AM
rick
Buford, always the inovator may well be the first groom in history to be charged with a hate crime at his own wedding.
04/27/2011 6:21AM
Danna Derksen
This is what happens when polygamists join the circus!
04/27/2011 7:44AM
Kraig
Before annointing himself the self-ordained leader of the Pack, the spiritual guidance and oversight of St. Vince was dedicated to all things Culture Club.
04/27/2011 9:54AM
Jan S
the little girl down front looks like she's already planning to elope
04/27/2011 11:22AM
Tim
Blue suits don't make it.
04/27/2011 11:58AM
John C.
I regret spending the extra $9.99 to have Olan Mills airbrush our wedding photo.
04/27/2011 12:00PM
John C.
A bolo tie? Do you want people to think we’re a family of freaks?
04/27/2011 12:02PM
Eric
...and after stealing enough children...Boy George finally had some street cred with the gypsies...
04/27/2011 4:39PM
Brian P
This proves it. Marrying your sister is a bad thing
04/27/2011 4:42PM
Brian P
I went to the circus on 'ludes and the next thing you know I'm marrid to Pope Jon Clown III.
04/27/2011 4:44PM
Brian P
The original cast of tghe TV series "Here Come The Brides", before Photoshop of course. Hey, so which one is Bobby Sherman?
04/27/2011 4:46PM
Brian P
A nice frame would make this a true heirloom
04/27/2011 4:48PM
Brian P
This picture would have been perfect if brother Bonzo didn't rather fight than switch.
04/28/2011 6:37AM
Jen
The "royal" wedding party.
04/28/2011 6:50AM
Jen
This wedding is going to be a "royal" riot...
04/28/2011 10:02AM
Danna Derksen
Here is Lady Gaga with her family in 1989, at 4 years old. Definitely proof that she was Born This Way...
04/28/2011 8:00PM
Donna
William REALLY should have checked out Kate's extended family before proposing.
04/29/2011 5:27AM
KimK
Odd as it may be, she still loved all her ex boyfriends so she decided to have them in the wedding as well as their wives.
04/29/2011 5:58AM
Art Paul Schlosser
When Mother Carol got this photo in the mail she said she was shock because: "My Daughter mentioned she was Catholic but she never said she was Marrying the Pope!"
04/29/2011 11:18AM
Jeff Perry
Man, the Duggar family is out of control.
04/29/2011 11:32AM
Tammy
You know, we girls are raised to dream of the handsome prince but usually end up marrying some clown. :D
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