The groom was also seen wearing an arm sling on his back and wearing bandages on various parts of his body.
His bride, on the other hand, did not desert him and stood alongside him in their opulent traditional Javanese wedding attire.
This image was shared on Twitter by @browski, and it has received over 14500 likes and 2500 tweets.
"Can anyone give me the behind story I am CURIOUS," one user asked.
"Maybe this is what it means to be married by mistake," one joked.
"The show must go on," said a third user.
Elinda Dwi Kristiani told local media that she married her husband on April 2 at her home in the Lengkong region of East Java's Nganjuk Regency.
Elinda clarified that her husband was unable to wear his wedding gown due to an operation he underwent four days prior to their wedding date as a result of an accident.
According to Kompas, an Indonesian newspaper, the bride said, "My husband was in an accident while driving to the gas station. On the way, he lost consciousness and then fell off the motorcycle."
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