Wedding photos are the memories of a lifetime set to film, and brides and grooms often stress out over finding the right photographer for the job. Equally as important as finding the right photographer is establishing the right setting, mood, and general direction for the wedding’s portraits. Imagine, then, that a photo that starts out as a cheeky gag ends up getting you and future couples banned from a wedding venue. Pretty epic wedding shoot, eh? That’s the story of one British couple, Matthew and Carly Lunn of Birmingham. The couple chose the monastery of Saint Paul on Rhodes, an island of Greece. The coveted wedding reservation afforded the couple, their friends, and families a chance to be a part of the Lunns' big day in one of Europe's most popular foreign wedding destinations, beloved for its scenery and local character. After getting married, the couple ventured to the beach in front of the monastery of Saint Paul. There, in full wedding garb, the couple simulated oral sex with the bride kneeling down before the groom.