Hold the phone, here comes the bride, texting her way down the aisle.
All eyes are on the bride as she walks down the aisle. And all eyes were watching as one bride started texting during her ceremony.
Standing with her father in front of the preacher, the bride suddenly puts her hand down her dress, and pulls out her cell phone. In the background you hear the preacher talk about the sanctity of marriage and God's love, but the bride could care less. Instead she is furiously texting.
After the long text, what was she updating her Facebook status too, she puts the cell phone back down the front of her dress. Meanwhile, her father looks more than a little embarrassed, he looks disgusted.
The hilarious and rude moment was captured by professional videographer Jim Costa, who uploaded it on YouTube.
He wrote: "This is part of a wedding video I shot in August 2008 at the Mission Beach Women's Club in San Diego, CA. It was otherwise perfectly normal except for this one funny clip of the bride TEXTING just after her dad walked her down the aisle!"
"At one point, I noticed her doing it through my lens and I had to pull away from the camera to make certain I was seeing what I thought I was seeing. Totally funny!"
No word on what she texted. Hopefully, she put the cell phone away on her honeymoon.
Does this take the "wedding cake" for worst wedding moment?
Viewers served up their thoughts on Facebook:
Laura writes: "Really? That's just dumb!"
Kim writes: "her daddy should have taken the phone and thrown it."
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San Diego bride hides her cell phone in her dress and whips it out to text while walking down the aisle.
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