The woman had chanced on the texts the cheating fiance had been sending to other ladies even during the period when they were planning and preparing for their wedding.
At the altar, the bride read out her cheating groom’s texts.
The woman, who requested anonymity, expressed to the Australian website Whimn how thrilled she had been to marry her fiancé, “Alex.”
I had been seeing Alex for six years. I knew from away that he was The One. In her essay, she stated, “I assumed we’d live happily ever after; our families became friends; our lives were intertwined.
Her phone buzzed as she was spending her last night alone with several girlfriends. She took it up. She received a slew of screenshots of text messages with the statement “I wouldn’t marry him” from a number she didn’t know. Would you?
The soon-to-be newlywed was concerned about this; she was astonished when she read the messages.
The bride grew upset after finishing her reading.
Days before the wedding, Alex was talking to another lady behind his bride’s back after contacting her for months.
The messaging was clear. He texted his mistress with dark hair, “I wish my GF had half the abilities you do,” after sending her pictures.
“My wedding was barely a few hours away, and every phrase was like a dagger in my heart. The bride wrote, “How could I cancel when everyone had already made travel arrangements to be there and everything was paid for?
She sobbed and her girlfriends all advised her to phone Alex and threaten him with violence, but she didn’t heed their counsel. She was unable to sleep through the night, so when dawn arrived, she woke her daughters and made her choice.
She told her friends, “I was going to proceed with the wedding as planned and ‘out’ him in front of our friends and family.
When the big day arrived, friends and family watched as the bride walked down the aisle. On the big day, Alex could tell from her face that she wasn’t overjoyed, but he didn’t know what was going to happen.
It seems Alex is not who I thought he was, she added, as she turned around and approached the front of the room.
She took out her phone and began reading each and every message Alex had sent to the girl as the gathering gasped in shock.
She watched Alex saunter out of the chapel with his best man trailing behind him as she said, “I allowed my tearful eyes raise and meet his, and he had not one thing to say.”
The bride and all of her family and friends opted to celebrate “honesty, finding genuine love, and following your heart even when it hurts” rather than letting the event go to waste.
Although the big day was not what she had hoped for, she stated the after-party was “one heck of a party.”