Wedding guests in stitches as bride and grooms welcome sign features rude flaw

Planning a wedding is no walk in the park.

It takes months of organisation with dozens of suppliers to deal with, it's certainly not easy.

One thing that could get overlooked is the design and layout as it can only really be clear on the actual day.

Sadly for one couple, that means they didn't get to check the welcome sign which had a huge flaw.

Earlier this week, a guest shared a snap of the design welcoming loved ones to Ale and Denis' special day.

The blackboard featured a pretty floral border with the couple's names written in cursive letters.

But on closer inspection, people noticed that Denis' name could also read something totally different.

And once you notice it, you simply can't get it out of your head.

Sharing a photo on Reddit's Wedding Shaming forum, one user wrote: "Be careful of your signage font… Mr Penis."

The sign was written in Spanish, meaning only English-speaking guests would have noticed the rude flaw.

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Another joked: "A few centimetres can make all the difference. Let's hope the couple was able to laugh about it!"

A third raged: "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."

A fourth commented: "It's funny but most Spanish speakers would read it in Spanish and not associate it with the English meaning."

It comes after a bride was left furious when the groom's dad announced his divorce at their wedding.

The groom told how the situation kicked off at his nuptials and his new wife wasn't happy with it.

He said: "My dad asked my mum for a divorce at the wedding, which I get is pretty messed up.

"But my mum's reserved in public. I heard them fighting while we were taking pictures, he asked if she loved him more than her job."

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