Your wedding day is supposed to be one of the happiest days of your life, with treasured memories to last a lifetime and, if your memory starts failing, you'll at the very least have a bunch of photographs to look back on when you're old and grey.
However, one pair of newly-weds say their wedding shots were ruined by a scantily-clad woman who was so busy soaking up the sunshine that she refused to move out of the way.
Mark Ling, 49, and Mandy Cripwell, 35, tied the knot in church on Saturday, and, making the most of the nice weather we've been having, headed to a local beauty spot to take some snaps.
So far so lovely, right? But the family of the happy couple say the photographs were ruined by the sunbather who refused to move out of shot.
Mark's son, Marcus Ling, 24, said: "I went up to her and asked her to move and she pretended to be asleep.
"Later she was asked to move again by the limo driver and she did but she left her stuff in plain view.
"It's a well-known wedding spot where you have photos taken, so she would have known it goes on there. Half of Torquay have their wedding photos in that garden."
Family members travelled from all over to be a part of the big day and they descended on Tessier Garden to get the perfect photograph.
Another of Mark's relative's, Natalie Ling, 28, said: "We all spotted her there and thought she would move, but she just didn't. I thought 'how rude!'.
"She was surrounded by wedding guests, the couple were behind her and the photographer kept calling different people over for pictures - so she knew what was going on."
She added: "I don't know if the photographer got any good photos or not.
"Eventually she got up and left after about 10 minutes of us being there taking photos - but she still left all her stuff there.
"It was bloody rude and disrespectful."
Guys, it could be worse, this poor Canadian couple had their wedding shots photobombed by Adam bloody Sandler.
Kevin and Alex Goldstein were enjoying their big day when the Big Daddy actor rocked up.
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The groom, Kevin Goldstein, told the BBC: "My wife yelled his name. We were taking photos. He came over and wished us well, he was just chatting to us.
"We told him we're huge fans, we love his work, we've watched all his films. He replied, 'Good, I'll take some photos then - mazel tov'.
"My wife invited him to the wedding - he couldn't make it, but she was ecstatic, absolutely over the moon. We couldn't believe it."
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