This Bride Pranked The Groom During Their First Look By Wearing The Most Hilarious Outfit Ever

The cliche thing to do on a couple’s “first look” on their wedding day would be to show up nice and decently.

After all, it’s the perfect time to break the ice and calm down any pre-wedding jitters walking down the aisle.

However, for this Arizona bride-to-be, it was the perfect time to pull a prank on her husband-to-be. On November 11th, Ean Goldberg turned around to see his bride Erin Goldberg (née Reilly) in her wedding attire for the first time at their Scottsdale wedding. He saw her decked glamorously in old sweatpants. And he obviously did not see that coming.

Rather than putting on her wedding dress, the 25-year old bride decided to don a Walmart t-shirt and a pair of sweatpants for their first few photos together.

“I thought it would be really funny for Ean to turn around, expecting this huge moment of me looking gorgeous in my dress with my makeup and hair done, only to turn around and see me in one of my typically embarrassing casual outfits,” she told Yahoo Lifestyle.

Luckily, Ean took it all in with a laugh.

“I was smiling and facing the other way and was antsy, just so excited to turn around and see her,” he recalled. “And when I turned around, the first thing I said that went through my mind was, basically, ‘I should’ve expected that.”

The wedding photographer Molly McElenney was more than excited to document the wedding moment. For she had never seen something like it before.

She called it the “BEST first look she’d ever witnessed” on her Instagram.

“As soon as she told me about it, I knew we had to make room for it in the timeline because his reaction alone would be totally worth it,” she said.

The couple then went on a “real” first look with the bride wearing her dress.

However, for Erin, the first look will always hold a special place in their hearts.

“Even in her cat shirt, sweatpants, and stupid slip-on shoes, she still looked drop-dead gorgeous.”

After the wedding event, the couple went on a rather prank-free “mini-moon” in Sedona, Arizona.

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