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Bride's Face Breaks Out in Red Bumpy Rash Day of Wedding, in Hospital after Ceremony

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For the happiest day of her life, bride-to-be Christine Jo Miller decided on a gorgeous forest wedding.

For a sentimental touch, she picked wildflowers from her Lincoln, Nebraska, home.

Among those flowers were snow-on-the-mountain, which are known for their pretty white blooms. After putting together the floral arrangements, Miller went to sleep.

On the morning of her wedding, she washed her face and, to her horror, immediately started to break out. Her eyes had gotten so swollen that she couldn’t see.

Apparently, Miller’s hands still had sap residue on them from the flowers, which is poisonous.

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That caused a massive allergic reaction and her mom rushed her to a nearby clinic.



They were closed and with nothing left to do, Miller got dressed and ready to walk down the isle with her face red and puffy. She was in horrible pain but not willing to miss getting married to her college sweetheart.

“I literally couldn’t see my husband when I was saying my vows because my vision went blurry,” she told the Huffington Post by email. “So blurry I passed out twice at my reception.”

Going through with the ceremony was tough, but Miller was determined. Her allergy was not the only thing that went wrong.

“Due to all of this going on, and since I put my wedding dress on 20 minutes before walking down the aisle, I forgot to wear shoes at the forest wedding,” Miller said.

“My veil fell out twice walking down the aisle, we forgot our rings, and our wedding song didn’t get played.”

The ceremony was cut short by the well meaning priest but despite everything going wrong, Miller and her new husband took all of the issues in stride. While he stayed at the reception, she slipped out with her family to head to the clinic.

She ran into more trouble there with legal things based on just changing her name but eventually, she was given eye drops and medication to clear up her rash. Miller laughed through it all.

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With the right group of gals, the perfect man at the end of the aisle, and the family that goes above and beyond for you– forgetting the rings, forgetting the unity rope, getting 1 hr of sleep before the wedding, forgetting wedding shoes, having your veil fall off twice during the ceremony, getting an allergic reaction at your wedding, taking a trip to the ER for a shot in the butt between ceremony and reception and getting ready to walk into your reception in Jammie’s 3 hrs late doesn’t seem so bad. My HUSBAND got an early peep show so that’s was good enough for him and I have some of the best ladies holding the fort down til I get there with my party pants on….. this will definitely be a story to tell ? #millermade2017 #wedding

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“With the right group of gals, the perfect man at the end of the aisle, and the family that goes above and beyond for you — forgetting the rings, forgetting the unity rope, getting 1 hr of sleep before the wedding, forgetting wedding shoes, having your veil fall off twice during the ceremony, getting an allergic reaction at your wedding, taking a trip to the ER for a shot in the butt between ceremony and reception and getting ready to walk into your reception in Jammie’s 3 hrs late doesn’t seem so bad,” she wrote alongside a picture on Instagram.

“My HUSBAND got an early peep show so that’s was good enough for him and I have some of the best ladies holding the fort down til I get there with my party pants on….. this will definitely be a story to tell ? “

In the end, all went well and Miller returned to the reception and had a great night. Their wedding photographer was also kind enough to retake the ceremony pictures, this time with a new bouquet.

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