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top 10 of the worst pictures ever taken at a marriage
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Think about some of the worst weddings you have ever attended. What did the bride wear? Was the theme of the wedding ridiculous? Were the colors vomit worthy? Were the wedding photos completely atrocious that you can’t even bear to look at them? Weddings are supposed to be one of the most memorable moments of our lives. People will spend thousands of dollars to make sure that tying the knot is absolutely perfect. Sometimes though, people get creative and try to do something a little different to make their wedding stand out from the rest. But just because an idea is different, it doesn’t mean that the idea is a good idea. Unfortunately, the results end up being a set of wedding photos that are not only odd, but they make anyone who looks at them cringe. It’s unfortunate when this happens, especially since weddings can’t be repeated, and photographers can’t recreate that special day in the exact way they went about.
Thanks to the internet, we now have access to some of the cringiest wedding photos that have ever gone public. Some of these photos are so bad that we have to wonder whether or not the couple might regret doing their wedding so differently or taking on such an odd post. Whether the couple in the photo were trying to become “internet famous” or trying to find a way to have a wedding that they will never forget, we’re going to be haunted by their terrible wedding photos regardless of the motivation.

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