(Picture: Facebook)A couple have been mocked online after a guest posted photos that they had secretly taken of their ‘pathetic’ wedding spread.
Posting a bunch of pics of the, er, less than appealing food, the guest wrote: ‘A wedding feast for your eyes’.
The anonymous guest, believed to be from the US, posted the photos in a wedding shaming group – so it was pretty obvious what was going to happen after other users saw the photos.
The images showed hundreds of slices of unwrapped ‘plastic cheese’, sticks of celery and carrots, melon, chopped up oranges – which still had the stickers on them – and a try of iced brownies.
Obviously, users of the group took the golden opportunity to mock the wedding food, which most agreed looked pretty awful.
(Picture: Facebook)One person said the spread was basically what they served at their ‘three-year-old’s birthday party’ – except they had quiche and strawberries, which is a little fancier than what the bride and groom served up.
Others commented on the lack of effort gone into the catering, with some joking that the couple’s family must have cooked for them – while others suggested they must be watching their budget.
(Picture: Facebook)Which, of course, is totally fine. Why spend obscene amounts of money on food when you can put it towards a wedding dress or honeymoon? But come on – at least take the stickers off the oranges, right?
Others continued to make jokes about the photos, with one saying: ‘This makes more sense for toddlers than a wedding, in my humble opinion.’
Another labelled the food ‘pathetic’, adding: ‘This looks like a catering spread for work – a low budget one.’
Others were confused by the effort gone into some foods but nopt others – such as the fact the couple were happy to unwrap hundreds of slices of cheese, but couldn’t ‘be bothered’ to take the sticker off the fruit.
(Picture: Facebook)Utterly baffling.
Someone else said: ‘I don’t even know how they cut orange that way. It must have made it harder as usually, you cut in half then into quarters. That looks like a third.’
Alongside the food, users commented on the fact the couple had also left out a massive pile of napkins that hadn’t even been folded.
Honestly, we just hope more effort went into the actual wedding than it did the food.
We’re gutted we didn’t get to see the wedding cake.
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