Weddings are wondrous occasions that most couples would love to remember for years to come. It's too bad that not all of their pictures turn out as planned! Some people end up with animals or guests photobombing their pictures.
And while the end result might not amuse the couples, we'd be lying if we said a lot of these pictures didn't make us laugh. Keep scrolling to see some of the best wedding photobombs ever. These newlyweds will never forget them.
When All You Wanted To Do Was Be A Good Friend
This is so sad because this lady was a great friend to the bride. She was helping make the dress look like it was blowing in the breeze by lifting it up for the photographer. Well, her escape plan obviously didn't work out.
It looks as though after she did her job she tried for a quick escape. Unfortunately, she tripped on a gust of air on her way out of the frame. Hopefully, they got the shot, though!
Their One Witness
No one ever said that a couple's witness has to be human. Take this beluga whale, for instance. He's all smiles during the nuptials of this lovely couple. So we can assume the whale has known the bride and groom for some time.
Our guess: they work at the aquarium, and they kindly asked Mr. Whale to be their sole witness. Who needs family when you have 3,000 pounds of lovable blubber at your disposal?
This Perfect Opportunity Calls For A Pig Nose
Is it even a wedding if one of your siblings doesn't try to do something silly? Take this lady, for instance. She must be thrilled that her sister is getting married to the man of her dreams, but that doesn't mean pranks are out of the question.
So, she obviously took this perfect opportunity to "pig nose" the window right when the photographer was capturing the bride and groom. Honestly, we're not sure we'd pass up the chance either.
I Now Pronounce You Llama And Llama
If a couple is going the route of a non-tradition wedding, then one of the more important components is who is going to officiate. Well, this couple took the definition of "different" and completely ran with it, hiring a llama.
Now, we can get behind this rustic llama wedding, as long as the animal in question doesn't spit at the bride or groom. Then again, they probably planned for that and have a "splash zone" set aside for their guests.
When Planking Was A Thing
The thing with groomsman is that you have to keep an eye on them at all times. They're the ones most likely to think of some type of prank to play on their buddy during his big day.
Take this guy, for instance. He took the opportunity to plank himself perfectly above the bride and groom during a cute photo. Somehow, we doubt the photographer didn't see the man in the frame, opting to take the picture anyway. We applaud you, sir.
Popping Up For The Celebration
When you take pictures in a wooded area, you're just asking to be photobombed with the animals who live there. Take this little guy. He was probably curious about all of the stomping going on over his underground tunnels. So, he popped up to see what the commotion was about.
Lo and behold, he gets stuck in the middle of the bride and groom's "we're such outdoorsy people" picture. Well, at least they have this tiny photobomber to show people.
The Look That Screams "I Don't Want To Be Here"
We all know weddings are about making the bride's life as easy as possible, especially while the photographer is involved. Everything needs to be just right, down to the last bridesmaid's eyelash extensions.
Unfortunately for this bride, her flower girl is very much over the pomp and circumstance that comes with posing for the camera. Honestly, it looks like the little one would book it if she had the chance and there wasn't a fence behind her.
The Purr-Fect Way To Photobomb Mom's Happy Day
Cats have a few stereotypes tacked onto them, one being that they don't like humans and are very stubborn. Not to say all cats are this way, just a vast majority that we have personally come into contact with enjoy giving us the side-eye instead of coming over to say hello.
This cat doesn't seem to be any different. Nothing says "welcome to the family... psych," quite as much as a cat sticking its tongue at the camera with the bride and groom in the background.
When You Want To Be In The Bridal Party
It must be difficult for brides to choose their bridesmaids. The easy part is including a sister or sister-in-law. But the difficult part we mentioned comes when they have to go through their 400 Facebook friends and decide who they want to stand with them during the ceremony.
Obviously, Barb in the back didn't make the cut. Her solution: pretend she's in the bridal party by photobombing a picture of all of the bridesmaids with the bride.
Til Death Do They Part
Do you know when you feel like some people are just setting you up for failure? That is what's going on in this picture. Did the photographer not notice that there was a grim reaper holding cardboard cutouts of missiles right behind the bride and groom?
We really don't care if he thought the whole "til death do you part" thing was symbolic. There's just way too much negative juju going on with this photobomb. We can only hope the lovely couple is still together.
This Buck Wanted To Eat The Roses Instead Of Smelling Them
Scene: you're in a lovely field with your new or soon-to-be husband, your makeup is done perfectly, your hair was professionally blown out, and your bouquet is dreamy. Insert a deer, a buck, to be exact. Most people would think, huh, maybe we should leave this field because bucks tend to be territorial.
Not this couple! They decide to embrace the photobomber even when he starts to eat the bride's bouquet! Hopefully, they already walked down the aisle, and these are pre-reception photos!
Nothing Like A Little Zach Braff
Ever since that Maroon 5 music video where the band shows up at receptions and plays free concerts, couples only dream about celebrity wedding crashers. Although this couple didn't necessarily get Adam Levine singing "She Will Be Loved," they did get Scrubs Zach Braff photobombing their picture on a New York City street.
Although it's something to brag about, and a picture they'll most likely never forget, one thing is definitely missing. Where is his partner in crime, Donald Faison?
It's A Sign
There are a few different signs to look for on a wedding day. Rain is said to bring good luck to the newlyweds while gifting a knife of any kind is said to bring bad luck to the couple. Well, it seems as though there is one more sign that no one thought of.
A stop sign right behind the couple during their ceremony can't be good luck. Did no one see it while they were setting up the stage? Hopefully, their photographer is good with photoshop!
Please, Stop Taking Pictures On My Mountain
Although the mountain scenery makes for a lovely picture, there are a few questions that come to mind here. The first being if they hiked up the mountain in their wedding gear. If so, then where did they change, and how did they get all of the sweat off their faces?
This chipmunk seems to be having the same reaction as us. He just wants everyone to stop what they're doing and leave his mountain. We agree, little guy.
They See Her Rollin', They Yellin'
This lady riding a Bird scooter during the groomsmen photoshoot is probably one of the better photobombs on this list. It's not even like she's wearing black to kind of blend in with the guys. Nope, she's wearing a bright yellow, green, and blue tie-dye dress with matching shades.
The bride and groom will never forget this photobomb and the groomsman's reaction to her riding on through. There's definitely something to be said about good timing!
A Mature Situation Calls for A Silly Face
Did no one think to tell the little ring bearer to get out of the frame? Or maybe ask him to move to a seat and not stand on the altar? Clearly, the bride and groom are in the middle of something important, or else I'm sure they would move him themselves.
His parents should be giving him "the eyes" right now. Yeah, the eyes that say, "if you don't get down and stop making silly faces at the audience right now, you're going to be in so much trouble."
Again, someone needs to keep tabs on the groomsmen at all times during a wedding! If not, they're going to think up shenanigans that will be the talk of the ceremony and reception. Or, in this case, the years following the entire wedding.
Nothing says, "I'm so happy that you're getting married to the girl of your dreams" better than finding a spot to photobomb your friend's picture. And, just to make sure they're noticed, they add a wave.
When You're Too Short
This was supposed to be a nice family photo, but leave it to the younger brother to decide the picture needed a bit more pizazz. This guy is either very excited for the reception party, he's already had one too many adult beverages and felt the need to jump for joy, or he felt like being taller.
Either way, this is one photobombed picture the bride and groom are never going to forget. It's one way to welcome someone to your family!
Just Flying By
Kites, planes with restaurant advertisements, and maybe kite surfers are some typical, non-bird things to find in the air while sitting on the beach. Well, this couple picked the one day this crazy kid decided to fly a lime-green propeller-powered cart with a rainbow parachute over the ocean.
Needless to say, this is one photobomb the couple is not going to forget about any time soon. The pilot even went as far as giving the camera a thumbs up. He knew what he was doing!
Show Of Hands: Who Thinks She's Had A Bad Experience With The Bouquet Toss?
A traditional "game" at a wedding includes the bride inviting all the single ladies to the dance floor for the bouquet toss. An old wives' tale says that whoever catches the bouquet is going to be the next one to walk down the aisle.
Well, it looks as though this one guest isn't falling for that old trick again! She is running away from the group of younger women, literally screaming. Does anyone want to take a guess how many times she's caught the bouquet?
Smile For The Camera
When a photographer sets up the bride and groom in a romantic position, it's probably best to get out of the shot and not sit there and smile for the camera. Not even sit there but sit directly in the middle of the two newlyweds.
It's unclear as to how the photographer didn't notice the maniacal smile coming from the gentleman between the couple. Here's to hoping the couple at least knows this man fairly well and will be able to laugh about the picture later!
Whats's a wedding if there is no live-action game of "Where's Waldo" going on during the pictures? The thing is, the person dressed as Waldo, did they just happen to stumble upon a wedding and decide to climb a tree to photobomb this bridal party picture?
If so, that is some serious dedication, and we would love to be their accomplice for their next Waldo photobombing spree. Who wouldn't want to be friends with a person who wakes up thinking, "I'm going to dress as Waldo today and photobomb as many pictures as possible"?
A Truly Super Picture
Honestly, can you even be mad if Jason Momoa photobombs your beautiful wedding picture on the water? He's even carrying his Aquaman trident, so there's really nothing to be done in this situation anyway.
The only thing we'd be scared of is the bride running away to stalk Momoa for the rest of the day! Keep your bride close, my friend, as there are no rules when Jason Momoa is involved. Especially if zero vows have been said.
Excited Because He Gets Double The Pets
Unlike cats, a person can totally tell when a dog has the best day ever, which, for dogs, is pretty much every day. The thing is, if dogs could talk, they'd probably say their best days are whenever their humans are the happiest.
And what happier day is there for a person than their wedding! As you can see in the picture, this silly golden lab definitely knows their human is happy! And the good boy is probably super excited to be gaining another human to love.
Pro Tip: Make Sure The Navy SEALS Aren't Training On Your Wedding Day
When this bride and groom scheduled their beach wedding, they probably didn't think to check when the next Navy SEAL training day was going to be held. Come to think of it, who would think to look up that information?
With so many other aspects of a wedding to schedule, training exercises were probably not even on their radar of things to worry about! Well, here they are, and the bride does not look the least bit amused with the commotion going on behind her.
This Sloth Couldn't Move Out Of The Photo Quick Enough
The thing is, you can't even be mad at the sloth for photobombing your wedding picture. It probably took that poor animal a day and a half to climb up the tree. So, it's not like it would be able to get out of the way promptly anyway!
The one question we do have is where in the world is this couple getting married that there just so happens to be a wild sloth hanging around the venue??
Someone Is About To Scream In Three, Two, One...
Nothing says "beautifully peaceful wedding" more than a page boy screaming on the church steps after Lady Gabriella Windsor's ceremony. We're not sure about you, but we can hear the scream through this photo. It looks like the little boy is taking in a big breath before he lets out an ear-piercing yell.
He's either very eager to get to the reception and indulge in some much-deserved snacks. Or he's not overly amused with the public display of affection.
Nothing Like A Good Cow Lick
There's nothing like a good cow lick to photobomb a barn-inspired wedding photoshoot. And, no, we're not talking about the cowlick some people have going on with their hair. We're talking about a good old-fashioned lick coming from a real-life cow.
This couple must have known the risks, though. They are doing their photoshoot in a barn, after all. And that is just another topic of conversation altogether. Is there a reason you want to be surrounded by cows during your engagement photo shoot?
When Adam Sandler Crashes Your Picture
The question here is, where is this couple that they just so happened to run into Adam Sandler? This is less of a photobomb and more of a "holy moly, it's that guy from Happy Gilmore" moment. Which we're here for.
Even so, this is one memory from this couple's wedding that they are never going to forget. Hopefully, the actor signed some stuff for a wedding gift! Just not her dress, of course.
You're Happy? Time To Do Something Silly
The issue with having your best friend be your maid of honor is that pictures like this are bound to happen. "Oh, you're having a cute and loving picture taken with your new husband? Time to make an absurd face behind your back that you're not going to see until these photos are developed!"
At least it gave us great material to laugh at! And hopefully, something for the bride and groom to always remember.