Bride tracks down brazen wedding crashers who appear in photos

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This couple appeared in several photos of a wedding they weren’t invited to. (Facebook)

KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. (PIX11) — Newlyweds in Pennsylvania were married back in January but are just finding out the identities of a couple who crashed their wedding.

Krista Lamlin and Andrew Reilly told ABC News that during their wedding there was a couple at one of the tables that they didn’t know.

They found it amusing at first.

But months later when the wedding photos and video came back featuring the crashers, the newlyweds decided to track them down using social media.

Shortly after photos of the brazen crashers appeared on social media, the couple was identified and apologized for their actions.

The crashers offered to give the newlyweds a belated wedding gift, but Lamlin told ABC News she declined and has made peace with the situation.

“I didn’t ever want to get them in trouble,” Lamlin said. “I apologized to them for calling them out, but I did want to get the message out there that it wasn’t OK to do.”