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Groom Sparks Debate After Having Wedding Party Carry Him Down The Aisle In A Literal Coffin

The groom in question later posted a video on TikTok explaining his reasons for choosing his casket entrance.

A wedding day to remember that began with a casket being carried in

We've all heard of the wedding tradition, "Something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue."

One wedding recently checked off the "blue" box with blue bridesmaid dresses and "borrowed" by taking inspiration, quite possibly, from Tim Burton's The Corpse Bride.

But the groom might have gone a little far with his interpretation of "out with the old and in with the new."

While attending a friend's wedding, @tobz88 on TikTok decided to start recording a video when they realized their friend was going to come down the aisle in an unusual fashion.

The video was captioned:

"Is this a funeral? No, this is how my friend decided to walk down the aisle."

The video shows several people from the wedding party, including the Father of the Groom, walking a casket up to the altar at the outdoor ceremony. The bridesmaids appear physically uncomfortable carrying the casket, and the wedding party awkwardly stands in front of the casket while one groom helps the second groom stand from the opened casket.

You can watch the video here:


Tell me you’re dramatic without telling me you’re dramatic. #wedding #walkingdowntheaisle #areyoukiddingme #getthefucouttahere #tildeathdouspart

In a second video, a video was taken from another perspective of the casket being carried down the aisle, and this was later posted on one of the groom's profiles.

In this video, it was more obvious that this ploy was a surprise to the entire wedding party, including the second groom, as the wedding party wasn't sure where to stand once the casket was placed on the ground.

You can watch that video here:

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The comments feature was turned off on the second video, but a lot of confusion and anger were expressed about the event.









The videos garnered collectively 10 million views and tens of thousands of comments.

After receiving a lot of criticism for the earlier videos, the happy couple decided to give an explanation.

In "Out with the Old and In with the New" fashion, the groom wanted to portray himself as a new man on his wedding day.

"If you're wanting to know about the whole casket thing, the thing behind it was, 'Rest in Peace to the old me, because I wasn't a very good person in the past.'"

The second groom officially shared that he did not know it was going to happen, either.

"He didn't know about it. And he wasn't very happy about it."
"But I'm crazy as h**l and don't give a f**k what anybody says about me. Period. I live life each day to the fullest, and we're extremely happy, and we're newlyweds, and we love it."

Whether both grooms were totally happy about the event, their wedding was clearly the talk of TikTok and would be an event their loved ones would never forget.