If you happened to see last night's episode of Don't Tell the Bride, you'll be aware that it undoubtedly lived up to expectations.
Groom, Corkman and Harry Potter nut Brendan O'Regan was organising a wedding for his stylish Mexican partner Victor - who had never even seen any of the Harry Potter films, as we found out - and the results were watch-through-your-fingers magnificent.
It certainly made for a very entertaining hour of television - and on Twitter, too - and the Harry Potter theme was only the tip of the iceberg (see: Crunchy Nut Corn Flakes references below.)
— Jess Halpin (@Jess_Halpin) February 19, 2018
The invitation to the wedding is written on the back of a Crunchy Nut Cornflakes box ? Brendán you old romantic you! #dttbirl
— Karla (@karlazambra) February 19, 2018
— Vivienne Roche ♈️ (@Caracal77) February 19, 2018
"Once he sees everything, he'll get it"
Yeah, maybe... EXCEPT HE HAS NEVER SEEN HARRY POTTER, YOU IDIOT!!#dttbIRL
— Sean Flanagan (@seanieflanagan) February 19, 2018
— Laura Flanagan (@lolo_flan) February 19, 2018
#donttellthebride you haven't lived until you've seen a Mexican man, dressed as harry potter say "what the fuck" and then cry on a sofa.
— tony kavanagh (@kavtonesthfc1) February 19, 2018
On my first night on the couch since Xmas, I'm watching an episode of Don't Tell The Bride where two gays are getting married on a train platform in Clonakilty in a Harry Potter themed wedding. I never know whether I love or hate the new Ireland.
— Philly McMahon (@McMahonPhilly) February 19, 2018
If there was ever a story of the power of true love it's that episode of 'Don't Tell the Bride'. How yer man didn't drop kick that lunatic and his Harry Potter themed mess out of that smoke filled farm shed is beyond me. #donttellthebride
— sterogers (@teenwolfrogers) February 19, 2018
Knitted willy warmers for a Harry Potter themed wedding and not a sniff of a wand joke ??♂️ #dttbIRL
— David Wilkinson ??♂️ (@DVDWLKNSN) February 19, 2018