Want to witness an all-out rock 'n' roll disaster at a backyard wedding? Because this video is truly brilliant for all the wrong reasons. As you no doubt have noticed, during an actual wedding ceremony, the bride often walks down the aisle to Felix Mendelssohn's enchanting 'Wedding March.' However, the romantic era composition seemed a bit dated for this bride. Instead, she sprung for Buckcherry's 'Crazy Bitch' … and awkwardness ensued.

You don't need a bunch of fancy nonsense to throw a joyful wedding. On the most important day of your life, just grab yourself some casually dressed friends and family members along with their kids. Unfortunately, none of the above seemed to appreciate the inclusion of 'Crazy Bitch' into the ceremony. Even better, whoever paid for this wedding chose to scrap the boom box, opting for a painfully bad live singer, even by karaoke standards, instead.

In case you've forgotten, let's take a quick look at some of the lyrics from the Buckcherry standard:

"Scream so loud, getting f---in' laid / You want me to stay, but I got to make my way / Hey, you're crazy bitch / But you f-- so good, I'm on top of it / When I dream, I'm doing you all night / Scratches all down my back to keep me right on!"

In this piece of video gold, which has since gone viral, the awkwardness continues to snowball right down the aisle. After shocked wedding attendees begin to clench the ears of their children, the bride actually booty dances while strutting around in her gown. As she finally makes it to the alter, it's revealed that the groom and his groomsmen are all wearing black bandanas and sunglasses. Various attendees seem to run for the hills, while others simply accept the future downward spiral of their gene pool.

Check out the insanity for yourself in the video above!

If you want to see Buckcherry perform the song live, be sure to catch them this summer on the Gen-X tour, presented by Loudwire, alongside P.O.D., Lit and Alien Ant Farm. For a full list of dates and ticketing information, head here.

More From Loudwire