So there's this rumor going around that Kate Moss is planning a gypsy themed wedding, presumably based on some wasted chat she had with fellow British party animal Lily Allen, probably at Lit the same night Mary Kate was there.
Now, if anyone can pull it off with grace and style, we're sure it's Kate (as long as she stays sober and stuff), but we're afraid that with Kate Moss being the trend setting maven that she is and all, this could lead to some seriously poor wedding planning choices that a whole new generation of young, impressionable brides could fall prey to. Is a theme wedding the equivalent of the bad ink you got in high school and don't have the money to laser off?
To find out, I put my mad investigative journalism skills to work and witnessed just how bad things can get. For example, did you know there is a whole web site devoted to this!?! Wedthemes is not only a treasure trove of priceless ideas ("historical themes are a great choice for history buffs"), but they'll help you plan the whole shindig, right down to the football-shaped place card holders for sports fans (I s--t you not). For more slammin' wedding ideas that will ensure your girlfriends never speak to you again, check out the winners over at every supporting cast member's favorite, UglyDress, a site that specializes in archiving the most hideous bridesmaid dresses of all time. I wonder, how many of those hot pink numbers were spawned from someone's dream truly, truly outrageous Jem and the Holograms theme wedding come to life?
We want to hear from you: Ever been to a theme wedding gone wrong? Tell us about it. Have an idea you think is miraculous? Float it here to get a second (or 20th) opinion. We just don't want you to do anything you'll regret.