5 Best Russian Wedding Photos, NOT

Best Russian Wedding Photos, NOT

Posted on February 3, 2014 by team


A collection of wedding photos that might be a perfect example of how NOT to shoot your wedding. Montages, collages, transformer heroes and of course photoshop skills: young people often cannot limit their own creativity when deal with their wedding pictures. Are these images much different from what you can see in your own wedding photo album?


The guys and gals with red ribbons are usually the bride and grooms best friends in a Russian wedding.


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5 Responses to “Best Russian Wedding Photos, NOT”

  1. Steamed McQueen says:

    The perspective shots are fairly common. Some of these others though… makes one wonder.

  2. nekit says:

    If westerners marry to merge their bank accounts, Russians do it because they get bored.

  3. Jean says:

    NO wonder that the RUSSIAN woman (and men) are lightyears from ordinairy people, just LOOK at them and everything else is unimportant.

  4. Liam of London says:

    It looks like in the 8th picture of the second page the groom is being questioned by the brides friends. It is known as vykup – and loosely translates as “Challenge” – in order to prove your knowledge and love.

    the groom will climb the stairs to his bride apartment attempting different challenges on the

    The only problem, most building stairwells are adorned with childish drawings of cocks and swastikas. Given the other displays of photoshopperery, I am surprised nobody thought to remove them. Or disguise them on the day using posters.

  5. ivor says:

    woman with weird long fingers next to purple curtain wtf!

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