Huong Ngo

By Huong Ngo

LifeBuzz Staff

Jilted Brides Reveal What It’s Like To Get Ditched At The Altar.

Being abandoned at a wedding is one of the worst things that can happen to a person. We've seen the scenario countless times in movies, and some of us may never think twice about it. Some people, however, have actually experienced it in real life.

Unlike the movies, real life people don't always get their happy endings. In fact, half of them don't even get an explanation. Some brides get left at the altar and never see the person they once thought was the "love of their life" ever again.

Cold feet is real and it's serious. In any relationship that is about to take on a marital status, both parties should be completely sure and ready to make this type of commitment. Otherwise, please let your significant other know this is not the time. Don't waste a whole year of planning a wedding that is ultimately not going to successfully happen.

Abandoning someone at a wedding can emotionally damage that person for the rest of their lives.

In situations like these, a person's honesty is really questionable.

If he felt that sad for doing this, he would have never done it. But at least she got the opportunity to get away and forget everything with her best friend.

In situations like these, a person's honesty is really questionable.

Blindsided: to be attacked unexpectedly or as if from the blind side.

Sometimes a person can be literally blindsided with a physical hit. Other times a person can be blindsided emotionally with a hit to the heart. Being blindsided emotionally is just as painful if not more.

Blindsided: to be attacked unexpectedly or as if from the blind side.

Better sooner than later, always.

Some people get cold feet, it's inevitable. Nonetheless, it's better to express those feelings before carrying out something that'll never happen.

Better sooner than later, always.

Getting your heart broken just before your wedding is a feeling nobody should ever have to experience.

Most of the time, couples don't get engaged until after years of being together. So it is kind of hard to suddenly get dumped by the person you spent the last few years sharing memories with.

Getting your heart broken just before your wedding is a feeling nobody should ever have to experience.

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