EVERY wedding is bound to have ups and downs — but some may have more than others.
From stressed bridezillas to food fails, cater waiters often get the short end of the stick.
Comedian Elyse Myers shared a hilarious story of her time as a wedding waitress in a viral Instagram post.
The Nebraska-based digital content creator, writer, former web developer, and cater waiter was told that the bride specifically requested "edible everything."
This wish even included plates, cutlery, cups, and napkins.
Fellow wedding attendees felt this was a step in the right direction.
Myers noted that one guest said, "It's a perfect combination of classy and eco-friendly."
"It's like you're eating and drinking from the earth," they added.
Myers was quick to point out that this felt like a "logistical nightmare" on a humid LA night.
"All of this stuff is just, like, shrink-wrapping itself around the food," she commented.
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The Youtuber was tasked with passing around mini quiches to guests.
After 7 or 8 people grabbed food, Myers shared that the plates were edible.
"The looks I got – unmatched," she said. "I've never felt so crazy in my entire life."
After Myers restocked her batch, the bride asked her to try the quiche — made using her late grandmother's recipe.
"I put the whole thing in my mouth," she said.
The bride, shocked after seeing Myers consume the plate, had no knowledge of the edible plates.
"So I went and talked to my chef later – it turns out I don't know the difference between edible and biodegradable," she said with a chuckle.
"I have no idea how many people ended up eating things that were not edible that night," she concluded. Instagram users were stunned in the best way possible, chiming in with laughs.
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