People are taking to social media in stitches over pictures of a llama at a wedding dressed up as a groomsman.
Ah, weddings, the supposed 'best day of your life' when actually they're just expensive, you have to say hi to all those distant relatives who comment on how much you've grown and there's a silly amount of pressure to bring a date - can you tell I'm single?
However, I could very much get behind attending a wedding - it feels like every person on the planet has decided this is the year for one too - if not only did they offer a free bar and food, but also threw in a surprise llama too.
If my wedding doesn't have a llama at it, then quite frankly, I no longer want to get married at all.
Adam and Tara decided to jazz up their big day at Maison Albion in New York - clearly unfazed about the limelight being stolen - by hiring a llama from Llama Adventures to stand in as a groomsman.
Llama Adventures - 'sharing the joy of llamas with everyone' - is an offshoot of Buffalo Creek Llamas which breeds, trains, boards and sells the camelids.
You can hire a llama from the company for parties, parades, home visits and weddings - a llama costing $150 (£120) an hour or $100 (£80) per hour if for four or more hours, as per Llama Adventure's website.
The llama turned up to the wedding in full attire - kitted out in a head-to-toe suit, bow tie and even sporting fake hands, carrying a rose.
The wedding's official photographer Cathy Craft - @thecraftedcreative - told Newsweek the llama came as a bit of a shock when she first showed up at the venue for the couple's big day.
She said: "At first, I thought it was a groomsman dressed as a llama, but when he turned, I saw that it was the other way around."
It's the first time the photographer has ever seen a llama at a wedding, having previously seen couples include their dogs in their big day but never a South American camelid.
"The bride was absolutely delighted and the guests thoroughly enjoyed it as they waited for the ceremony to begin," Craft adds. "It put a smile on everyone's face."
Losing my mind at this llama dressed like a groomsman pic.twitter.com/iEzTrsTZhn— arwen (@OATMlLKLATTE) July 5, 2023
And it's not just the bride and wedding guests who were delighted to see the llama dressed as a groomsman, with photographs of the celebration going viral on social media.
One Twitter user said: "If I was a bridesmaid I would fight to make sure I'm partnered up with this handsome gentleman."
"He looks so proud," another wrote.
A third commented: "That last one got me fr."
And a final resolved: "You just know how messy that wedding must have got."