For wedding shoot, people use a lot of things to show creativity, their individuality, and so on, however, using a coffin is rather strange.

Jenny Tay, 29, and Darren Cheng, 30, who are both undertakers, have made broken new grounds by posing in and with a white coffin in a park in Punggol, Singapore.

Due to the peculiarity of their choice, Jenny gave their reasons saying:

"When couples take wedding pictures, many of them think of something significant and meaningful to them – their favourite cafe, the place where they first met. Both of us are very passionate about our jobs, so I thought, why not? She also said that she was keen for people to become more comfortable with death, as the daughter of a renowned undertaker who often hosts funerals for murder victims and those who die in poverty.”

The point that they are making is that the coffin which represents death is really important to them especially when it comes to saying ‘I do’.

What do you think about this?

Yay or nay?