Bride’s facial expression during wedding ceremony has TikTok concerned

TikTokers were concerned for a woman after she shared her wedding photos.

User @megan_livingstonn poked fun at herself in a video because her face was scrunched up and teary on the happiest day of her life.

“Crying to show how in love I was and how happy I was to be married,” she wrote in her caption.


Reply to @hebertnotherbert Cruing to show how in love I was and happy to be married #understoodtheassignment #foryou #weddingtiktok #marriagegoals

♬ The Assignment – Tay Money

She also said she “understood the assignment,” using a TikTok trend to demonstrate that she masterfully handled something.

Commenters weren’t so sure about that. Some said her tears “ruined the photos.”

“Doesn’t look like tears of joy,” one user said.

“Looks like a terrible arranged marriage,” another wrote.

Other commenters found her open display of emotion to be heartwarming.

“I love that you are full on Kim K. crying. Not like little tears but you let it goooo. IT’S SO GOOD. These are the best photos/vids ever. 10/10,” one wrote.

“Congratulations! Embrace your emotions girl,” another said.

Over the past few months, @megan_livingstonn and her husband celebrated a year of marriage. She has posted about the crying wedding photos dozens of times.

Her audience has repeatedly told her she “posts too many pictures of her wedding,” but that doesn’t stop her.

For the record, she cried when he proposed, too.

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