What is the worst wedding faux pas? Arriving late? Forgetting to RSVP? Drinking (far) too much? Arguing with your family? There's a whole list of possibilities...

David Titlow

According to research from NetVoucherCodes.co.uk, upstaging the bride is considered the biggest wedding no-no, with mobile phone's going off during the ceremony following as a close second.

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The poll run by the discount shopping website asked participants to rank ten different examples of bad behaviour from most to least offensive.

Coming third in the list of unacceptable wedding behavior was forgetting the present, while arriving late or getting drunk at the reception followed in fifth and sixth place respectfully.

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With the amount of time, effort and money that goes into finding the perfect dress, it comes as no surprise that spoiling the brides dress - be that by spilling food or drink over it or stepping on the train - also ranked on the list of bad wedding behaviour.

In seventh place was letting children misbehave during the ceremony; laughing at the vows ranking eight, and having a family argument or disagreement coming in ninth.

Rounding off the list of faux pas was 'appearing desperate to catch the bouquet.'

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