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Of bouquets and brickbats: Here's what would happen if someone objected at a wedding

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Weddings are usually a moment where a couple's love is celebrated by both family and friends with little to less drama. Apart from family being the ones causing drama, one's past may come to haunt them on their special day. We've seen many movies where, as soon as the priest or officiant asks anyone if they want to object, an ex would walk in and the wedding is pretty much toast.

According to Grammarist, the practice of asking if anyone objects to a marriage during a ceremony goes back to medieval times. Here's what would happen if someone did object at a wedding.

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