Was that REALLY the best day of your life? Hilarious snaps reveal weddings that will be remembered for all the wrong reasons – from a dude in a white dress to DIY ‘hay urinals’
- My Health Gazette collected the world’s most crappy wedding photos
- Below the images is a wedding guest who chose to wear a white wedding dress
- Elsewhere is a bridal party that uses portable toilets as props to pose with in snaps
Weddings are supposed to be one of the best days of your life, but these photos prove that things don’t always go according to plan.
Guests from all over the world have shared photos of the bizarre and scandalous things they’ve seen, with the best examples rounded off by My health newspaper.
One photo shows a bridal party posing with portable toilets, while another shows a guest who appears to have worn white on someone else’s big day.
Elsewhere is a photo of a wedding guest who could be mistaken for the bride due to her white dress.
Here, FEMAIL rounds out some of the most shocking wedding moments …
My Health Gazette has collected a selection of crappy wedding photos from around the world, including a bridal party posing next to portable toilets in Boston
Here comes the bride? One photo shows a wedding guest who could be mistaken for the bride when she arrived in a floor-length white dress, presumably in the US.
An American woman took to Instagram to comment on a couple who posed with a sign explaining that they got married on a Friday because the groom spends Saturdays with his friends
Another image shows a couple, from an unknown location, left speechless when a wedding guest added 16 adults and 3 children to their wedding RSVP
A bride wanted to go for a totally rustic country theme, complete with a hay urinal
DIY urinal! An American bride wanted to sell at the stalls her husband made for their big day
A US couple celebrating their engagement took to Facebook with the announcement in a box of popcorn
Another American individual took to a wedding scandal group on Facebook to accuse their cousin of having dying fish as the centerpiece at their reception
Meal for one! A couple, from an unknown location, tried to cut the cost of their wedding, took to social media to ask for advice on how to make their guests pay for the food
One woman, believed to be in the US, revealed that she gave all single women a white rose at her wedding to remind them to stay pure until they get married.
Another person living in the US was forced to quickly email his wedding guests an explanation after deciding to get married just two weeks before the ceremony.
Stay thirsty! A 23-year-old from America asked for advice on how to lower the cost of drinks at their wedding reception after revealing they chose a coffee truck instead of a bar
An American wedding photographer whose photo was ruined by a guest took to social media and urged people to turn off their phones and enjoy the ceremony
A wedding planning website in the US advised couples to reduce the cost of getting married by exploiting photographers in need of promotion for their business