Ahh, puberty. The hormones, the acne, the awkwardness… everything. We’re happy for this pair of twins to have each other through this difficult time. However, we do think they need some parental guidance. You know, like teaching them that you shouldn’t wear t-shirts to a wedding or stare into the bride’s cleavage.
And supposed these two teenage tweens were not even invited to the wedding and the bride just happily took a photo with them (it’s acceptable in some countries apparently, to just take photos with brides), didn’t the bride realize not everyone was saying cheese to the photographer?
Walk the Plank
Those of you who've been online in the past few years know all about planking. But what about this couple's kids? A few years from now, they will look through their parents' wedding pictures with no idea of what that... priest, maybe? Is doing in the background.
In the year 2050, a priest will be a long-forgotten figure that attended weddings back in the day. This photo will emphasize the last few years in History when priests still insisted on coming, even though they did nothing except decorate the newlywed's photo albums, as we see in this example.
Veils — out. Unicorn masks — in! This hysterical unicorn mask is one of the best things we've seen all week, and the humor in this picture makes it even better. The angle makes it look like even the cameraman wasn't able to keep a straight face and a steady hand to take the picture properly!
The more we think about this, the more we understand why a full cover-up mask was needed here. No bride would expose herself in such a ridiculous appearance. Now the groom has to figure out how he will prove it was his real bride underneath the mask.
The Centaur Bride
If only someone had told them that riding a horse and taking a photo from the back was not a good idea. Where is the photographer's responsibility, I ask? Couldn't the photographer just fix the train of the dress so it didn't look like this bride had horse legs?! Apart from that, the photo would've been beautiful.
But hey, maybe the bride just didn't have time to shave. Now, if we put the legs aside ( pretend that we can live with this), what excuse can we possibly find for the tail? No matter how hard we try, there is no logical reason for this.
DIY Balloon Bride
It's a fashion choice that screams, "Look at me! I'm the epitome of avant-garde insanity!" The balloons, strategically placed to cover any hint of traditional elegance, create a chaotic mess resembling a twisted cloud of confusion. One can't help but wonder if she's secretly auditioning for a role as a human balloon animal.
The bride's expression oscillates between excitement and a hint of regret as if she's questioning the life choices that led her to this balloon-filled nightmare. Certain projects — like choosing your wedding dress — should never be DIY. Although we must say, that's quite the creative way to fluff up a dress.