- A couple has done the unthinkable during their wedding ceremony after the bride arrived in a coffin
- In the video, family and friends at the wedding cheered on as the groom goes to open the coffin in which the bride arrived in
- The bride who lay in the coffin woke up with smiles as she was taken photos and videos to the admiration of many
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A couple has caused a stir after a video showing the bride arriving at their wedding ceremony in a coffin.
In the video, the coffin which was first covered got opened by the groom as his bride comfortably lay in it.
While friends and family cheered them up, the bride woke up to sit in the coffin as she smiled with excitement.
The groom also expressed excitement as onlookers snapped videos and photos of the beautiful bride.
This is one of the very first times that a bride has been seen arriving at her wedding ceremony in a coffin.
Even though coffins are known to be used for dead bodies, the couple defied all odds to use it for a happy moment.
The video which has gone viral on social media came as a surprise to many, wondering the couple's motive.
Many may have considered sleeping in a coffin as a bad omen which can have an effect on the bride but none of such thoughts was in the minds of the couple as they were extremely excited.
In other news, YEN.com.gh has published a story about Nikki Samonas after she flaunted her gorgeous beauty in photos.
Nikki Samonas has been trending lately after Shatta Wale used her name to compose a song, as he professed love for the actress.
In the photos, Nikki looked gorgeous, triggering fans to shower accolades and comment on her extreme beauty.
Hurray! YEN.com.gh has won the ‘Online News Portal of the Year” award at NCA awards 2019. Click here to view the beautiful photos.
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