Or this, high fashion, ensemble.
Perhaps they're meant for one of those redneck weddings where the bride wears camo.
No, they didn't scrape up some road kill and serve it to guests. That, my friends, is a Nutria groom's cake. The Nutria, or water rat, is known for it's webbed feet, orange teeth that stick out of it's mouth, and it's love of gnawing on marsh plants. The groom told the local paper that he was quite familiar with the rats as he'd always see them swimming around while he was out in the marshes. The groom stated that he liked the bleeding armadillo cake seen in "Steel Magnolias," but felt that had been "done already." So he opted for the Nutria cake. In case you were wondering, yes, it too was red velvet. You know, to give it that bleeding look when cut.
And now one more picture of camouflage. This type of camo is acceptable in my book, he he he.
When The Dude was in Iraq, the wives were called to the squadron to view the first photographs of our men since their deployment. Upon seeing a picture of the unit, all in desert camo, standing in the desert sands, I shouted, "I don't see them!!" WHAT?! I thought it was funny.