Bride's expression at wedding goes viral as social media wonders is she happy or sad

A number of users slammed the wedding snaps with some saying her tears 'ruined the photos'


                            Bride's expression at wedding goes viral as social media wonders is she happy or sad
A number of users slammed the wedding snaps shared by the TikToker with some saying her tears 'ruined the photos' (TikTok/@megan_livingstonn)

TikTokers expressed concern over wedding photos of a woman who appeared puckered and teary-eyed on what was supposed to be the happiest day of her life. “Crying to show how in love I was and how happy I was to be married,” Tiktoker @megan_livingstonn wrote in the caption as she poked fun at herself.

She added that she "understood the assignment", referring to a TikTok trend to demonstrate how she had "masterfully handled something," albeit commenters disagreed. MEAWW previously reported how a bride called off her wedding because the groom's best man's physical attributes "would ruin photos." We also reported how a groom sparked outrage after insisting his father check if his bride's hymen is intact to confirm she's still a virgin.

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A number of users slammed the wedding snaps, with some saying her tears "ruined the photos." “Doesn’t look like tears of joy,” one user wrote. “Looks like a terrible arranged marriage,” another added. However, many others found her unfettered display of emotions rather wholesome. “I love that you are full-on Kim K. crying. Not like little tears but you let it goooo. IT’S SO GOOD. These are the best photos/vids ever. 10/10,” a comment read. “Congratulations! Embrace your emotions girl,” another chimed in.

Having said that, all's well that ends well. @megan_livingstonn and her husband recently celebrated a year of marriage and she has joked about the crying wedding photos dozens of times since. Despite receiving complaints that she “posts too many pictures of her wedding,” the TikToker remains unfazed. 

According to Yahoo News' In the Know, which first reported on the story, the bride had cried when her husband proposed too. MEAWW previously reported how a soon-to-be bride sparked outrage after saying she wanted her fiancé’s three-year-old child not to attend her wedding.

"How do I tell my fionce (sic) I don’t want his daughter at our wedding?" the unidentified woman originally wrote in a Facebook post which has since been deleted. "I put ‘no kids’ on the invites so I thought he’d get the point, but he keeps mentioning her being there??" After facing backlash for planning to keep her fiancé’s daughter away from his big day, she went on to offer clarification for what she was talking about, only to make things worse.
 
The woman went to state that the child was a three-year-old and that she was marrying her father and wanted nothing to do with his "crotch goblin." She went on to call the toddler "his mistake, not mine." As if it made her sound any better, she added that she did not want the three-year-old there because she was "needy asf" and would make everything about herself. Redditors did not miss her cold-hearted adjectives used to describe the child she would be responsible for in the near future.

"The groom needs to cancel the wedding ASAP," one user wrote. Another went on to say, "With her attitude, it sets up a bad environment for the groom's 3-year-old. She isn't just becoming his wife only. She will be the stepmother of that 3-year-old. Also if she has problems with the 3-year-old then I have to question her choice of marrying him. She no doubt knows that she will have to be a mother to that 3-year-old."

"Lady, when you marry a man, you marry his family," Redditor Martyrotten added. "The fact that you refer to his daughter as a 'crotch goblin' is a major red flag and he needs to dump your sorry ass."

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