Britain’s Worst Wedding Pictures Published
A couple have been left devastated after their wedding pictures appeared blurry, out of focus and amateur.
A bunch of wedding snaps have been published by the Daily Mail that has been dubbed as Britain’s worst wedding pictures. The images, which have devastated the newlyweds, were blurry, out of focus, and not a single picture was taken of the groom’s parents.
Thomas and Aneeka Geery commissioned some professional photographers to cover what should have been the best day of their lives but were left horrified when their snaps arrived. One featured a spooky floating hand which turned out to be her nephew’s; many only showed the back of guests’ heads and the picture of the bride’s mother was a disappointment because her face was completely obscured by her hat.
Further news reveals that all of the pictures of the event do were taken without a flash and snaps of the Mr and Mrs were taken from a distance with odd objects in the screen including cardboard boxes. The pair from Warwick forked out £14,000 on the wedding ceremony and reception for 120 guests. What is more, the group shots had everyone looking in the wrong direction.
They have demanded a full refund for the wedding album which they are describing as a ‘nightmare’ and ‘utter shambles’ but have received less than half of it back after the firm went bankrupt. The photographers claim that their company has gone bust, that they’ve sold all their equipment and that they have no plans to return to the profession.
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