The Bachelorette's Garrett Yrigoyen's Old Wedding Video Is Just as Cringe-y as You'd Expect

The contestant confessed to Becca Kufrin last week that he was previously married, and Bachelor Nation fans uncovered the flick

Updated 06/26/18

Noel Vasquez

It truly wouldn't be a Bachelorette one-on-one date without the potential suitors feeling compelled to spill their innermost insecurities and dark secrets on camera, and this season's Bachelorette Becca Kufrin may have uncovered a little more than she bargained for in the process.

During last week's two-hour episode of The Bachelorette, contestant Garrett Yrigoyen, a 29-year-old sales rep from Nevada, revealed during some alone time with Kufrin that he had previously been married (cue dramatic ABC music). Yrigoyen, who snagged the elusive First Impression Rose during the season premiere, confessed (while canoodling on the couch with Kufrin, mind you) that he got engaged in his early twenties to his girlfriend of a year and a half, but their marriage ended in divorce just two months after the wedding.

Despite Yrigoyen's former marriage, he's still going strong on the reality TV franchise (spoiler alert), and Kufrin still seems incredibly smitten. However, because the people of the world wide web can uncover truly anything, Bachelor Nation fans revealed offensive social media posts he had previously liked. Yrigoyen has since deleted his original account and issued an apology statement, BUT, on a more positive note, the Internet unsurprisingly also dug up his former wedding video. And it is quite the sight.

The five-minute long montage, posted to YouTube by Jensen Films in 2016, features snippets of Yrigoyen and his ex-wife, Kayla Cunningham, on their wedding day. Even though the relationship didn't work out and we have very mixed feelings about Yrigoyen's social media usage, we have to admit there are a few cute moments, like Yrigoyen choking up during his vows.

Other than that, the video showcases MANY wedding trends of years past, making it slightly cringeworthy to say the least. Set to the tune of "Gone Gone Gone" by Phillip Phillips (also not particularly vogue at the moment) and replete with lots of drone footage, the clips highlight all the essentials of a rustic, 2015 wedding, from the flower arrangements to the bride's tiara to the crystal decor. See the entire footage and all its glory for yourself below.

We already know that Kufrin's season ends with an engagement, so only time will tell whether Yrigoyen will be the one greeting her down the aisle, and if their wedding will also feature quite as many wood motifs.

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