Bride Suffers Bad Allergic Reaction From Bouquet On Wedding Day [VIDEO]

Be careful what flowers you include in your wedding bouquet, or you might end up with something poisonous…

By Motherly on December 14, 2017
MONACO - JULY 02: The bouquet of flowers left by Princess Charlene of Monaco inside Sainte Devote church after the religious wedding ceremony at the Prince's Palace of Monaco on July 2, 2011 in Monaco. The Roman-Catholic ceremony followed the civil wedding which was held in the Throne Room of the Prince's Palace of Monaco on July 1. With her marriage to the head of state of the Principality of Monaco, Charlene Wittstock has become Princess consort of Monaco and gains the title, Princess Charlene of Monaco. Celebrations including concerts and firework displays are being held across several days, attended by a guest list of global celebrities and heads of state.
(Photo by Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images)

Be careful what flowers you include in your wedding bouquet, or you might end up with something poisonous…

According to Inside Edition, new bride Christine Miller found that out the hard way at the worst possible time.

She’d picked flowers for her bouquet the night before her big day, and included a snow-on-the-mountain flower. While they look pretty, those flowers can be as poisonous as poison ivy!

In what some might consider a bride’s worst nightmare, Miller began having a severe allergic reaction the day of her wedding.

Although she was in miserable shape in the hours leading up to the ceremony, she still went through with it.

Watch the video below to see how it all turned out.

Around the site