Awkward! Man is caught shaking and shaking his head when his girlfriend catches the bride's bouquet at a wedding in the long term
- A viral video shows the hesitant face of a man when his date picks up the bride's bouquet
- He looks tense when the camera turns towards him
- The woman who caught the flowers shares a child with her partner, who shook his head and looked reluctant
- Clip was filmed at a wedding in Ohio in 2018 by another guest
A photo says more than a thousand words, but a video that captures the face of a man paints much more when he shows his hesitation when his girlfriend caught a bride's bouquet at a wedding.
The resurfaced video was filmed at a wedding in October 2018 in Bellville, Ohio, but received online attention this week.
In the clip, the nameless bride throws her flowers to an enthusiastic group of wedding guests at her reception, but not everyone is satisfied with who catches it.
Get ready: a hilarious video showed what happened when a man's girlfriend caught a bouquet at a wedding
Scram: Female wedding guests at the Ohio celebration jumped up to catch the flowers
The footage was captured by another guest at the wedding, whose girlfriend also competed for a chance to capture the bouquet.
While the bride turns her back on her and throws the flowers in the air, a tall woman in a black dress jumps in front of others to secure the bouquet.
The person who films the camera immediately zooms in on that woman's partner, who is drinking against a tree from a can.
The man catches the lens of the camera and makes a quick uncomfortable face and shakes his head.
According to the person who uploaded the video to YouTube, the couple have been together for a few years.
The duo even has a two-year-old child together.
Good luck! The man's girlfriend, in a black dress on the right, jumped up to secure the bouquet
Uh oh: the woman's friend and her child's father looked uncomfortable when the camera zoomed in on him after she caught the bouquet
Hesitant: the man saw his head shake and make a face as he drank his beer
& # 39; We are all friends and they found the video hilarious & # 39 ;, the person added to the video description.
The video drew reactions from viewers, including someone who wrote: & # 39; [He is] like = Not today satan. & # 39;
& # 39; Apparently she's not a keeper, & # 39; another said while a third said: & # 39; That is [terrible]. I'd dump him. & # 39;
The tradition of throwing the bouquet originated in England as a way for the bride to pass on her happiness to others.
According to sources, the tradition actually comes from something more drastic – unmarried female guests would attack the bride and tear off pieces of her dress or bridal bouquet, hoping that the remains would bring them the happiness of being the next to get married.
At one point, brides began to defend their bouquet in the crowd to prevent them from being attacked by her wedding guests.
The garter toss is also a popular alternative.
A recent study by wedding company Hitched showed that the tradition of throwing the bouquet is declining. Of the 2,800 examined brides, only half believed in taking the ritual on their big day.
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