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AFTER picking out your own dress and ensuring all your bridesmaids match, most brides simply trust that their groom will don a smart suit for their special day.
However, we imagine one bride is regretting not checking in with her groom sooner after he turned up to their beach wedding in a tuxedo jacket, shorts and trainers.
Oh and not just any tuxedo, a bright pink and blue tuxedo with matching shoes… are you okay, hun?
Sharing a photo of the clashing couple on the Facebook group That's It, I'm Wedding Shaming, one unimpressed guest wrote: "I feel like so much effort was put into this outfit and his is what he came up with…"
Where the bride opted for a traditional white maxi dress with a tulle skirt, the groom's looked like the walking embodiment of a "smart casual" dress code.
Although we have to admit, he would have been a whole LOT comfier in his trainers than his bride walking over the sand in towering heels.
Desperate to know more details, another user wrote: "I want to see if they forced their friends to wear anything terrible."
Meanwhile, a third wrote: "Dang, this is SO close to being good."
Regardless of whether you love or hate the groom's outfit, he's certainly a lot better than the bloke who "ruined" his wedding photos by not ironing in his trousers.
For more wedding horror stories, this drunk bridesmaid fell over during a wedding photo shoot and blamed it on the "hip flask of vodka" she was carrying.
And this couple have been slammed for a swear-ridden wedding invitation that refers to guests as "dumb a**es".
Plus this bride punched her kilt-wearing husband after he sat on her knee during the reception and left a POO stain on her dress.
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