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Etsy.com Wedding Abominations...This is Truly Awful, Folks

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We know darn well we aren't the first to do a blog post about some of the awfulness that can happen on Etsy.com.

So, in keeping with our ongoing wedding coverage, we've taken inspiration from Regretsy.com (whose author is also a bride-to-be, check out her most recent column on Brides.com) to provide this visual journey of some of the worst wedding-related items Etsy.com has to offer.



Drop the "i" and this makes perfect sense.


On your wedding day, take style advice from someone who chose




Made for that special bride who doesn't own a pair of nail clippers.

Because nothing brings two people closer than feeling humiliated together.

Think this is bad? Just take a look at the guy on the right.


Perfect for your wedding at Grandma's property in Ft. Lauderdale.


Because this is how Dad always wanted to be remembered.

This list is a continuation of our wedding coverage in Phoenix and beyond ... For more wedding shenanigans and resources check out

10 Annoying Wedding Trends

Wedding Online Resources for Phoenix Brides-to-be

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Lame Bridal Shower Games

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