Newlywed Jaclyn Ying has shared the photographs from her wedding day - and they've hit online fame
A couple's wedding photos - arguably so terrible that they go full-circle and actually become hilarious - have become an online sensation after the outraged bride shared them on Facebook.
In a post on her Facebook page, newlywed Jaclyn Ying, from Singapore, wrote: "So, what do you do when you finally receive your actual wedding day photos and find yourself sorely disappointed in them? Get angry? Check. Shed a few tears over them? Done. Post some of the best (of the worst) on social media for amusement? Absolutely![sic]".
She continued: "Here's the lowdown - we got one of those "bao ka liao" wedding packages that included actual day photography from a pretty reputable bridal shop. Before we signed on, we were told that while we couldn't choose our photographer, the standard of the talent pool was consistent. Naturally (and being Singaporean), we asked, "sure annot". And were promptly shown a portfolio of actual day photos. They looked alright, and so we signed on thinking, "okay la hor, how bad can they be. It's bad guys".
The series of pictures include one of the bride struggling to push her groom's wedding ring onto his finger, as well as various mid-motion shots of the bride, groom and their guests.
Jaclyn's goal when it came to sharing the pics online? "We just wanted to share some of these hilariously bad photos with everyone, so sorry if your unglam face is in this," she wrote. "Enjoy the photos!"
The pictures have already been shared over 20,000 times since being uploaded last week as well as hitting the ultimate in online success: being turned into memes.
The couple's photographer, Chung Siew Goh, has issued an apology via Facebook, offering to 'buy you coffee and apologise to you in person for the inconvenience caused'.
See the full series of photos on Facebook here.