From burnt wedding dresses to vehicles stuck in mud, here are scary stuff that threatened to disrupt celebrity weddings.
Panic. Fear. Tears, etc.
The reaction to the situation above varies, of course, but most couples will fear the worst, right? - the possibility of rain ruining most of the day and getting in the way of people intending to come for the wedding.
For some celebrities, these fears not only threatened them on their big days, they actually materialised.
Below are four celebrities who encountered/feared some form of accident/misfortune on their wedding day.
If you have seen "Green Lantern" and "Age of Adaline," then you surely must know these two movie stars.
On their wedding day in 2012, the bride was a little too excited during the dance that she did not know when she went too close to a sparkler which burnt her wedding dress.
Luckily only the dress was affected, as the sparkler left a big burn mark on it.
When actress Katherine Heigl and Josh Kelley married in 2007 in Utah, USA, everything had gone so beautifully and according to plan until it was time to fly to their honeymoon.
The honeymoon had been scheduled to happen in Cabo, but the the bride had left her passport back and their trip to the romantic getaway got delayed before they finally found a way to get there by first making a pit stop in California.
John Legend and his wife must have feared the worst, and gone through several disturbing thoughts in September 2013 when their Italian wedding had to be put on hold due to the storms in California which held back important relatives of the groom.
The Lake Como wedding eventually went ahead, but not after many hours of delay and wondering if their relatives coming from the states were safe or not.
"Suits" star, Patrick Adams only got married to his sweetheart few weeks ago, and he must have been frantic when the vehicle taking him to the ceremony got stuck in mud.
The groom and the wedding party with him had to push the vehicle to get it working so they could be at the wedding venue on time.