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Wedding Party Reenacts Leonardo da Vinci's 'Last Supper' Painting, Because Why Not

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When Eliot and Greta Prisby tied the knot earlier this year, they decided that the wedding party was going to reenact Leonardo da Vinci's famous "The Last Supper" painting at the reception. Just because.

"There was no particular catalyst, except maybe for the fact that the best man looks like Jesus," Eliot told HuffPost Weddings. "We all just sort of share a socially inappropriate hive mind -- that's why they're our friends!"

The bride posted the photo from their January 2014 wedding in Stow, Mass. to Reddit on Wednesday for all of the Internet to see.

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Credit: Amy Mae Photography

Photographer Amy DeMar told the Huffington Post that she and another photographer looked up a photo of the painting of Jesus and his disciples and used that to set up the shot (here is a photo of the da Vinci for comparison).

"Everyone was great and went with it because they are such a fun crowd," DeMar wrote in an email. "Guests were laughing and that is what weddings are all about. Just having fun and celebrating."

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