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Getting the perfect shot at a wedding is one of the most important things to do on the big day and one maid of honour went above and beyond to do just that.
Nursing student Holly Bolden, 25, from Brisbane, Australia, was attending a friend's wedding on May 20, 2021. The bride chose her sister Larissa to be her maid of honour, knowing she would take the responsibility very, very seriously.
In order to capture the perfect shot of the newly married couple, with the bride's veil flowing through the air, Larissa lifted the veil up before running out of shot.
But as she ran across the grass to avoid making a cameo in their picture, Larissa fell over and slid.
Holly said: "Larissa was putting her maid of honour duties to work during the photoshoot, tossing the veil and attempting to get out of the shot.
"She succeeded and in doing so she slid on the grass, fell over and just missed the muddy puddle!
"It was hilarious! Every wedding guest was in hysterics.
"Larissa was fine. She got straight up, had a good laugh at herself and carried on with her maid of honour duties."
And in related wedding-fails news, one man decided to model his ex's wedding dress in a bid to sell it online
In a video posted to TikTok, the man recalls how he decided to sell the dress, listing it online and responding to any questions from potential buyers.
One woman messaged explaining she loved the dress, but couldn't visualise it on.
"Do you have any photos of this on a person?" She asked.
"Or do you have the designer and style so I can look it up? I love it and it's in my budget but I'm having trouble visualising what it looks like on."
The man responded saying he could try it on himself, to which the woman said: "Sure why not!"
And the photos are hilarious, with the TikToker managing to squeeze himself into the lacy off-the-shoulder gown, explaining: "I did what had to be done."
But in a rather sad turn of events, despite posing for several snaps, the woman decided she didn't want to buy the dress after all.
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