Twistie’s Sunday Caption Madness! The Historical Edition

Yes, my friends, it’s time once again to play Twistie’s Sunday Caption Madness! Today’s image is taken from the mists of bridal parties well past. You all know the rules by now. Take a gander at this photo, post your snarkiest captions, and I’ll announce the winner next saturday.

Thelma Calloway and Bridesmaids


5 Responses to “Twistie’s Sunday Caption Madness! The Historical Edition”

  1. Emma says:

    “How scandalous!” Mrs. van Eyck exclaimed upon seeing her niece Effie’s wedding daguerreotypes. “No respectable woman would ever dare show her kneecaps!” And then she promptly wrote Effie out of her will.

  2. Dianasaur says:

    Thelma was so honored to have the Amazonian Pygmy Queen she met on her first safari as her Maid of Honor. Her sisters were not amused.

  3. Jennie says:

    How traditions start: “Auntie Celia, Why are the bridesmaid dresses so awful?” asked Lil’ Emily.
    “My dear, so I look ever so much lovelier. Besides, it pays my sisters back for years of bother.”
    “Smashing idea, Auntie! I will remember for my wedding!”

  4. trish says:

    The child wondered how the woman had mastered standing oh-so-straight with only one leg, and then realized that the hefty flowers and veil actually helped her to keep her balance as a one-legged bride.

  5. P.q. says:

    As the child gazed at her Amelia began to suspect she looked foolish.