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Best Man Surprises Groom In A 'First Look' Prank—And The Results Are Hilarious

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David Hoffman and Brianne Dennis were married on November 17 at Lord Hill Farms in Snohomish, Washington. The day was full of joy and many memories, some much more hilarious than others.

David is a 32-year-old electrician who fell in love with 29-year-old Brianne.

Brianne is a housekeeper and mother of 4-year-old son, Wyatt.

Together, they live in Marysville, Washington.

The role of "best man" was played by Timmy Horton.

Together, Timmy and Brianne plotted to prank David on the special day.

However, Brianne wasn't always down for fun and games on her wedding day.

"I really wanted a serious ceremony at first. I didn't want any of their shenanigans on the day, but a few months down the road I changed my mind."

She clearly changed her mind because she had Timmy take over the "first look".

A "first look" is a new wedding trend where the bride and groom get a glimpse of each other before the ceremony.

It gives them an opportunity for semi-private time before their vows as well as intimate photographs for them to cherish forever.

When David turned around to see his bride, he was instead met with his best man wearing a wedding dress. The results of which are hilarious.

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David recalls waiting anxiously to meet his bride.

"Right in that moment I was anxious. I was trying to calm my nerves because I was about to see my bride for the first time. I was expecting to see Brianne and I turned around to see Timmy in a wedding dress. He was pale and hairy and we love each other very much but not in that way. I was falling down laughing."

But David wasn't alone in his apprehension.

As Timmy stood waiting to prank his best friend, he too was incredibly nervous.

"I was really nervous and anxious because it's my best friend and I love the bride and groom so much. When it happened I just couldn't restrain myself and I burst out laughing. I think it really broke the ice and the tension."

The internet cannot stop laughing.

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Others love the friendship displayed between the two men.

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The couple's friend, Anna, served as their photographer and she said,

"We made a forever memory and laughed so hard everyone was crying."

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