The bride spent her wedding night dancing with a model after her groom got severe foot poisoning and lost their wedding party.
The Victorian, a wedding venue in Youngsville, North Carolina, shared a video on TikTok of Kristen Karmayer with her groom — a clothes steamer dressed in a suit and topped with an iPad showing a picture of her husband Gannon on screen.
“When the groom suddenly gets sick and goes to the hospital on the wedding day,” the venue captioned the footage, which has been viewed more than 887,000 times.
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Keeping up with the flow: The Victorian, wedding venue in Youngsville, North Carolina, shared a video on TikTok of Kristen Karmayer dancing with a model at her wedding
Oh no: The venue explained that her husband Gannon had ‘severe’ food poisoning and ended up in the hospital on their big day.
it’s working! Kristen’s groom was a clothes steamer in a suit and topped with an iPad showing a picture of Janon on the screen
In the video, Kristen is shown dancing with a model while holding her sleeve as she cuts the wedding cake. She even pretends to feed some to her groom.
The model impressed guests who took selfies with her and danced around her during the reception.
When The Victorian posted the video, the venue noted that Gannon had “severe food poisoning,” but was “now getting better.”
Her creative solution to the wedding disaster received mixed reviews in the comments, with fans praising Kristen for keeping up with the flow.
Hilarious: The video shows Kristen dancing and cutting the wedding cake for the model while the guests enjoy taking selfies with her
Spreading fast: The venue’s creative solution to the wedding disaster received mixed reviews in the comments, with fans praising Kristen for keeping up with the flow.
One wrote, “The bride had the best attitude,” while another added, “I love the way the punches rolled and you kept the joy going.”
Others admitted they would have been devastated, with one TikToker writing: “I was literally crying the whole time.
There were also a few critics criticizing Kristen for not staying by Gannon’s side while he was in the hospital.
One asked: “Shouldn’t you be by his side,” while another added sarcastically: “In sickness and in health” at its best.
Their Decision: When Gannon was feeling better, he took to the comments to thank The Victorian and noted that he told Kristen to enjoy their wedding without him
Resolution: Gannon said he wanted Kristen to stay at the reception with her friends and family, explaining that he was hoping to be back on time
When Gannon was feeling better, he took the comments to thank The Victorian and noted that he told Kristen to enjoy their wedding without him.
Tortured here! Thank you so much for the Victorian era.” This was our third attempt at a Covid wedding.
Because of other attempts and hospital regulations, I hope to go back to the party. I wanted her to stay with her friends and family,” he explained, adding, “We have been happy together for nearly 8 years, and there is a lot to come.”
Gannon and Kristen first said ‘I do’ in July 2020 during the pandemic, and this was their latest attempt to celebrate with their family and friends.
COVID-19 wedding: Gannon (pictured with Kristen in 2017) got married in July 2020 during the pandemic, and this was the latest attempt to celebrate with loved ones
Hard to deal with: In a Facebook post, the groom shared that he ended up in the hospital two hours before their wedding and didn’t come out until 8:30 that night.
Opening up about their disastrous day on Facebook, he wrote, “For anyone curious about how our wedding was going…Victorian posted it on TikTok exploding.”
Gannon said he ended up in the hospital two hours before their wedding and didn’t get out until 8:30 that night. He stopped at the place and then went home with Kristen.
“I’ve been asleep for 56 hours of recovery, and I have many texts and messages to get back to people, but I’m happy and well!” He completed. Feel free to watch the video with over 80,000 views!
He added, “Unfortunately some people don’t like her choices, it was decisions we made together in the hope that I would return to the wedding with at least some time to celebrate and hang out with friends and family. See often.