IN the madness of planning a wedding, there’s always going to be a couple of things that slip through the net.
So when you’ve got a million other things to think about (like the colour of the confetti and the groomsmen’s corsages), it’s all too easy to sign things off without really studying them.
Can YOU spot the design flaw that’s got people talking?Credit: Reddit
That said, we bet one bride is seriously kicking herself after not taking a much closer look at her wedding sign.
Earlier this week, a guest shared a photo of the bespoke design welcoming loved ones to Ale and Denis’ special day.
The blackboard had a pretty floral border and the happy couple’s names had been written in beautiful cursive letters.
But on closer inspection, people noticed that Denis’ name could also be read as something entirely different – and once you’ve spotted it, you can’t un-see it.
Sharing a photo on Reddit’s Wedding Shaming forum, one user wrote: “Be careful of your signage font….Mr Penis.”
Fortunately, the sign was written in Spanish – meaning only English-speaking guests would have noticed the rude design flaw.
One member of the forum joked: “A few centimetres can make all the difference.
“Let’s hope the couple was able to laugh about it!”
Another fumed: “This is the worst font. It is so hard to read, it is also very ugly, messy, appears low effort, asymmetric and the letters are not level.”
Meanwhile a third said: “It’s funny but fortunately most Spanish speakers would read it in Spanish and not associate it with the English meaning.”
For more wedding stories, this ‘bride’ was mercilessly mocked for ordering SIX wedding dresses before finding the perfect one… but she hasn’t got a groom.
And this woman’s mother-in-law sent her a screengrab of the dress she’s wearing to her wedding & she’s fuming – she’ll look like the bride.
Plus this bride revealed her hack to getting a picture with every guest at her wedding while also making sure couple gets to eat.
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