Lois Ghost-Adderley and her husband Lee couldn't believe their ears after the unedited video from their big day was sent to them by filmmaker James David.
It was supposed to be harmless footage of the endearing speeches and a fun aunt busting a move or several, but the couple got more than they bargained for.
In the video sent over by the videographer, David can be heard muttering ‘what the f**k is wrong with these people’ and referring to them as ‘f**king m**gs.
However, the couple only realised the filmmaker had cussed out their guests a year later after watching the footage.
The pair, who tied the knot at the countryside setting in 2021, received their wedding video shortly afterwards.
But when they watched it back, they were less than pleased with their £1,600 (AUD $2,959) package.
Bride Lois said: "I had some niggles [about the film] as a lot of the footage was of plus-ones and very little of my family.
"That said, we were still very happy after our wedding celebrations and I didn't want to rock the boat, so we didn't complain."
Just over a year later in October 2022, the couple, who were then expecting their first child, was contacted by David to let them know he would be deleting their video from a sharing website.
The couple took this as an opportunity to ask for footage of their first dance, which was missing from their original video.
David said he would send over the additional footage in exchange for £100 (AUD $184).
Lee said: "We had already paid £1,600 for his services and felt like this was a bit steep, but it meant a lot to us to have this footage so we agreed.”
But only recently did the couple have a chance to watch the full video.
Lee added: "One delightful video jumped out to us, which is of our friends and family.
"You can hear James in the background stating to his girlfriend/photographer.
"What is wrong with these people? F**king m****', in relation to our wedding guests.”
When approached for comment, Mr David said he would contact the couple to resolve the situation.
He added: "Unfortunately, these things happen – little slips happen and I must take responsibility; there's not much more I can do.
"I will be moving forward with my team; my guys will be getting in contact to resolve the situation.
"We can only apologise and take responsibility. We will be sending a letter of apology in the next couple of days and dealing with the matter privately."
Lois said that David has not yet reached out to them.Featured Image Credit: SWNS