Groom Slammed For Arriving At His Wedding In A COFFIN
A newly-wed groom has been slammed after he was carried down the aisle in a coffin at his funeral-themed wedding.
One of the wedding guests filmed the unusual nuptials, where the groom made the bizarre choice to be carried into the outdoor ceremony in a black coffin.
A video which has quickly gone viral and has gained a whopping 8.1million views on TikTok, shares the unique wedding day antics.
Whilst dramatic music played in the background, a big car arrived and the doors were opened, revealing a casket with the groom inside.
The footage was shared on TikTok by user @tobz88, who said: “Is this a funeral? No this is how my friend decided to walk down the aisle”.
The video is captioned: “Tell me you’re dramatic without telling me you’re dramatic”.
But to add to the strangeness of the couple’s big day, it wasn’t a purely gothic-themed wedding – as the groomsmen wore pale grey suits and the bridesmaids were seen in floaty blue maxi dresses.
The video sees the wedding guests standing in anticipation for the groom’s arrival, with many filming the bizarre entrance.
We see the bridesmaids and groomsmen struggling to lift the heavy coffin down the aisle.
The coffin is carried to the end of the aisle, to the spot where the bride and groom will make their solemn vows.
The viral clip shows wedding guests looking on with a mix of interest and confusion, with one groomsman even seen shaking his head.
Once the casket is placed down, the soon-to-be-married groom steps out of his wooden box and is seen wearing a smart white blazer and black bow tie.
The strange entrance choice has not been explained, and the bride is nowhere to be seen either.
The bride’s reaction has not been revealed either.
However, the short clip has certainly caused some controversy on the app as the couple was slammed for being ‘disrespectful.’
One user stated: “We would be divorced before we said I do.”
Another said: “They all were so embarrassed, I’d be embarrassed as well, no offence.”
A third commented: “His only explanation better be that life wasn’t worth living until he met me?”.
A fourth wrote: “The disrespect, THE AUDACITY.”
However, one TikToker defended the groom’s decision, writing: “I actually thought this was kinda cute. I interpret it as like, ‘I was dead before I met you’ or ‘my life didn’t truly start until I met you’.”