Surely anyone on this world would want their wedding day to be one of the best, most important days of their lives - as hiccup-free and drama-less as they come, right?
So imagine if an ex came storming through the door, going full pelt for the wedding cake. You'd be completely fucking horrified, wouldn't you?
Because it's the stuff of nightmares - your family and friends are all gathered around you, you've probably splashed out huge amounts of dosh on the day itself... and then the drama unfolds
On this occasion it was the groom's ex who found out about the big day and became 'enraged'.
According to the Mirror, the newlyweds were faced with screaming, assault and eventually an arrest.
After the wedding cake was destroyed, a wedding coordinator got in touch with a doughnut shop manager to buy 'all the doughnuts' that were available.
The unnamed manager posted the whole saga to boredpanda, explaining: "She says the wedding cake has been destroyed and the bride has been a huge fan of doughnuts since childhood and is willing to substitute.
"She pretty much wipes out all our stock and snags the biggest cream puff we have for the 'ceremonial doughnut'.
"In a fit of inspiration, I grab some eclairs and write, 'congrats' on one and the names of the couple on the other two in frosting. She thanks me profusely and runs out the door."
What a gem this bloke proved to be.
Going into detail about the scene itself, the manager continued: "The groom had an apparently psycho ex, who had been stalking them and found out about the wedding.
"She became enraged that he was getting remarried. She stormed into the venue, grabbed the wedding cake, and chucked it at the newlyweds! I mean she-hulking a beautiful three-tier cake!"
The Mirror reports that the ex was shouting and grabbing wine bottles, smashing them on the floor as she went.
It is believed that the unnamed woman was restrained by groomsmen - and just when they thought they were getting away with not having to lift a finger.
She was then arrested and charged with assault, assault with a weapon (after waving broken glass) and destruction of private property.
The shop manager added: "The wife was laughing and smiling in all the pictures, even with cake and frosting splattered all over her once gorgeous dress.
"She said it was going to be one of 'those stories' that she's going to laugh about with her kids in years to come."
As the saying goes, if you don't laugh, you'll cry.Featured Image Credit: PA