Wedding videographer edits Muppets into unsuspecting couple's video without asking

Wedding videographer edits Muppets into unsuspecting couple's video without asking

A wedding video is a perfect way to remember your nuptials. When you're going through that special ceremony with someone, on what's supposedly the happiest day of your life, it's only natural that you'd want to preserve the memory of the event forever, so you can rewatch it whenever you like.

However, most people can't manage to film the event themselves; lacking the camera and editing skills to make it really watchable. So the vast majority of people who want a wedding video made pass it on to a professional videographer. But it can feel a little strange entrusting the footage of your wedding to a complete stranger.

Check out the hilarious edit made in the wedding video below: 

Indeed, this week a wedding videographer has gone viral on social media after it emerged that they made the decision to edit a scene from the children's muppet program Sesame Street into an unsuspecting couple's video without asking them for permission.

25 years ago, a New Jersey couple who got married got a strange surprise when they watched their wedding video on their first anniversary and discovered an edit halfway through with the puppets chatting to each other spliced in between the footage.

But then this week their daughter Molly, who goes by Twitter handle Maul-ly, discovered the wedding video and watched it and found it hilarious. She took to Twitter to share a clip from the video, and captioned it: "My parents' wedding videographer intercut a clip from kermit and miss piggy's wedding into their service?? without asking??? [sic]"

Maul-ly's followers really enjoyed the footage. Check out some of the best reactions to the video below here:

Molly's dad later commented on the video himself, tweeting: "Not p*ssed at all. We love @TheMuppets and were tickled to have their non-cleared footage intercut into our wedding. We didn't think we'd be surprised by the video (we were there after all) but these little grace notes cracked us up. (Still do.)"