Home Planning Planning essentials 10 unique wedding ideas that could raise eyebrows return to landing page 5 of 11 This inappropriate cake topper We know you're excited for your wedding night, but this naughty cake topper might put your guests right off their desserts. This human cupcake stand Can't decide between a cupcake stand or hiring someone to serve them? Just combine the two… obviously! Trashing the dress We must admit, this picture looks like it was fun to make. But if your parents helped pay for your wedding dress, don't expect laughter when you reappear covered in paint. This wedding look We're all for showing a bit of flesh at destination weddings – but this bride has taken it to the extreme. These Lego place names If this is his way of sneaking in a superhero theme, count yourself lucky it's just the place names that have been taken over. This aisle sign Cute, or romance-killer? We're guessing that if the groom actually ran, the bride wouldn't find this sign so funny. These happy hay bales Sure, we love a farm theme. But these hay bale faces are so creepy they'd give the kids nightmares for weeks. This cutesy animal picture How could anyone not love that little face? Don't worry, it's only the sign that puts this at risk of making your Facebook followers cringe. These nails Bling might be your thing, but with those 3D wedding nails, you're asking for a rip in your dress. These antlers We rather like this Animorph stag look. We just hope this bride was careful not to impale her new husband as they leaned in for a kiss. More wedding ideas Real Wedding: A Pastel & Glitter Themed Cotswolds Day with an Essense of Australia Wedding Dress 24 Showstopping Wedding Dresses for a Castle Wedding Cute Flower Girl Dresses For Your Wedding Day Real Wedding: A Love and Laughter Filled Day at a Scottish Castle Share on Pinterest Email to a friend Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on Google Plus Tags: unusual Comments Oops – nothing in this comment! Sorry, we couldn't post your comment right now. Can you try again later?