It's pretty clear what's wrong with this otherwise lovely photo of a man and woman at their destination wedding.
But don't blame the groom for wearing a casual T-shirt and briefs on his big day - he says Delta Air Lines is at fault.
Reddit user Zebidee posted the photo of himself and his new wife on their special day with the caption, "If you want to wind up in the same country as your wedding outfits, don't fly Delta Airlines".
It would appear the happy groom was forced to improvise an outfit because the airline lost his tuxedo.
But he pulled it off with good humour - as seen in the photo, the groom's T-shirt is emblazoned with the handwritten words: "This wedding suit courtesy of Delta Air Lines".
The comments section quickly erupted with Redditors sharing their own experiences of airlines losing their precious cargo.
This weekend, more than 60 passengers on a Malindo Air flight from Bali arrived in Brisbane to discover all their luggage was left behind.
The Boeing 737 was due to depart Denpasar at midnight AEST on Sunday but was delayed for two hours after the pilot announced there was a "weight discrepancy" on board.
Weight wasn't the only issue, as passengers waiting on the tarmac discovered all three of the toilets on the plane were not functioning.
They were left waiting on the tarmac as a ground crew worked to resolve both problems.
While it seems there are a lot of horror stories out there, statistically, airline passengers have less than a one per cent chance of having their luggage lost in transit, according to report released in May by air transport communications specialists SITA.
The report on the baggage management of the world's airlines found that just six out of every 1000 bags handled were lost in 2016 as a direct result of mishandling.
And last year's lost luggage rate was the best ever recorded, down 12.25 per cent from 2015, SITA said.