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The Wedding Wardrobe Malfunction

“This was me and my brother at our aunt’s wedding. His pants were too big for him, but we thought he’d be okay. Of course, his pants came down at the altar.”

(submitted by Kiely)

Intimidation Factor

“This cringeworthy shot was taken at my Uncle’s wedding. I’m on the far right, then my dad, grandfather, and uncle and for some reason, the photographer had us try to look intimidating. Well, I’m a photographer now and do a much better job preparing my subjects for a wedding photo.”

(submitted by Scott)

Catch Me If You Can

“At my best friend’s wedding, we were extremely determined to catch the bouquet.”

(submitted by Kandice)

Mustache In The Mirror

“My parents have been married 40 years and this picture from their wedding makes us laugh all the time!”

(submitted by IG @larissadame

Potty Mouth

“This picture was taken at my wedding, which took place outdoors and yes, we did have a port-a-potty for our guests. My uncle was the photographer and this was a sign of his “professionalism.”

(submitted by Katie)

Bridal Bath

“My photographer told me to stand in the tub and give a “sassy” pose. Not sure why we thought this was a good idea.”

(submitted by IG @ljhart82

 

Love Bites

“I’m about 2 or 3 in this photo. We were at a family friend’s wedding. Apparently my mom was having fun dancing and not paying attention to me. I bit her in the butt, legend has it that I drew blood.”

(submitted by Cathe)

Window Dressing

“This is my husband and I on the morning of our wedding 20 years ago. We were having studio pictures taken and the local photographer proudly rolled out this faux bay window and told my soon-to-be-husband to ‘peek in from outside.’”

(submitted by Carrie)

Rear Window Regret

“I’m loving this photo I came across. It’s our wedding day and the ‘rear car window show’ shot was a popular pose back in the late 80’s. Judging by my expression either my new hubby farted or I’ve just realized what I’ve done.”

(submitted by Ange)

My Left Foot

“Swollen left foot on the wedding. And well, no shoe plus the bowtie got crooked and the usher’s tie was too short.”

(submitted by Paul)