A FEW drinks can perk up even the shyest of party guests.
But more than a few might leave you wondering what on earth happened the night before.
That's what these wedding guests realised when they were filmed having their first drink of the night, and then again hour later with their last drink.
The viral video shows a group of wedding guests, looking fresh faced and alert saying hi to the camera.
Then a cut to them looking a bit worse for wear, music blaring, barely able to stand up straight, let alone say their name and tell the camera that they're on their last drink.
The groom was the first to partake in the video, he can be seen looking dapper in his suit and tie, complete with pocket square and corsage.
He confidentially announces: "Hi I'm Trev, this is my first drink," holding a full pint of beer.
The next shot is of Trev looking like he's had a good night, his tie has vanished and his shirt is now untucked, even his corsage is drooping to one side.
"Hi I'm Trev, the groom and this is my last drink," he smiles and holds up a near empty glass.
Another member of the wedding party was barely able to get their words out as they slouched over, his crisp suit replaced by a tshirt.
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One bridesmaid looked elegant in the before video in her off-the-shoulder dress.
But by the time she had someone's suit jacket over her shoulders, holding her last drink she mumbled: "I'm Niamh, cheese bridesmaid and this is my last drink."
Someone replied: "Cheese bridesmaid? Have you got a cheeseboard?"
Niamh looked confused and said: "I'm chief bridesmaid."
Even the bride got in on the action, looking stunning in her white gown at first, and then barely able to keep her eyes open, with an added tie around her neck.
She shuffled across the floor to announce: "I'm the bride and this is my last drink."
Viewers could relate to the video, one said: "The second lady is the best, how did she end up wearing a tie and waistcoat?!"
Others tagged their significant other in the video, suggesting that they recreate the video at their own wedding celebrations.