The art of crashing weddings and getting caught
It may be the sudden craving for kacchi, or it could just be an opportunity for you and your friends to seek some thrill and excitement.Crashing a wedding is an extreme sport having its own merits that can only be discovered if you're curious enough to actually been in one. Whether you're a professional crasher or just a seasonal one, wedding lights are sure to get you pumped up once you're into the thrill of this peculiar activity.
If you're one of those people who've been crashing weddings without any problems, and are looking for something newer and more thrilling to experience, this is a guide to make sure you get caught, so that justice can be finally attributed for all the undeserved kacchi.
Casual appearance: Ditch the suit or tuxedo, no ties and absolutely avoid formal shoes. Instead, put on a pair of jeans, a t-shirt with random texts and may be a pair of sandals. That's how you should look when you decide to crash a wedding. Of course, sudden crash plans will find you in similar clothing as you don't head out everywhere dressed in formal clothes from head to toe.
Wrap up a brick as a gift: How impolite it would be of you to arrive at a wedding without a gift! What would the guests who were actually invited say when they see you without one? To avoid such an awkward situation, why not get the couple a nice gift. Being freeloaders however, it would hurt your ego to buy an actual gift. So why not get some wrapping paper and wrap up the nearest brick you can find? It would also be great if you could find a box to for the brick and it would also make the wrapping easier.
Go full on flirt mode: If wedding ceremonies were an app, it would most likely be called 'Windr' since a lot of young people see such occasions as opportunities to find their 'soul mate'. You should be no different to this belief. Find yourself that one person from the opposite gender that stands out in the crowd and go try out your luck. In fact, don't stop there. Keep trying your luck with as many people as you can. It's not like they are going to enquire about your relation to bride/groom right?
Get yourself in the photo sessions: Crashing a wedding can be counted as an achievement. You can even put it in your C.V. in the achievements section. So why not leave your mark over there? And what better way to do so than getting your face imprinted in to the wedding album with people ripping their hair off trying to figure out your identity. Sliding in to these photo sessions without being interrogated is key here.
Cause a commotion: The waiter is delaying that second chicken roast he promised you? Why not make your voice heard by creating a scene? The hosts will surely come to your aide and not only will you be getting that second piece of roast, but they will also insist you on taking a few pieces home, once you've identified yourself to them.