Engaged couples have had a rollercoaster of a year.
Due to coronavirus restrictions, many have had to postpone their big days or hold small ceremonies instead.
Those who have gone ahead have had to be strict with their guest-lists.
They’ve also had to think carefully about the number of helpers they have when tying the knot – from makeup artists to singers.
And one couple decided ditching the wedding photographer was the best way to go.
According to the Mirror, they eloped and marked their marriage at a restaurant – but immediately regretted not having a professional to take their photos.
The couple only captured one picture of their big day – and it was awful.
Their blurry shot is very amateur - with the woman's cleavage in the shot while the pair's heads have been cut off.
The snap was shared on Reddit's 'Well That Sucks' forum, where they joked: "Got eloped this weekend then went out to a fancy restaurant to celebrate.
"We asked our waiter to take a picture of us and this was the only one he got."
While some people were sympathetic, others blamed the couple for asking the waiter to take the shot.
One person blasted: "Almost like he has a job to do and it isn't photography."
Another replied: "As a server, please don't ask people to take pictures with your not-cleaned-in-2-years dirty a*** cellphone.
"Especially right now. We have other things to tend to and the last thing we want to do is stop and take countless photos of you when table 72 is glaring through the back of our heads for their 13th refill of diet coke because now I have to stop and wash my hands before I even approach them."
A third moaned: "As a server.... I f****** hate taking pictures for people.
"I work in a busy restaurant and the last thing I want to do is take a picture of you and your group while I got other s*** to tend to.”
Luckily, the couple were happy enough with how their day turned out.
After all, they had managed to get married and celebrate together.
On Reddit, the social media user revealed why they didn't ask the staff member to retake the photo.
They said: "We just thanked him and finished our meal.
"Didn't even look at it until the next morning! I have to admit, this picture is a million times better than any mediocre picture he could've taken."