I was left in hysterics at my wedding after my veil fell off mid-ceremony and my dad tried to help but made it worse

A WOMAN shared her heart-warming wedding video, where her dad jumped in to help when her veil fell off, but actually made things worse.

Despite being the ceremony slip-up, people praised the dad for his attempt to support his daughter on her big day.

The doting father saw his daughter's veil drop as she stood at the alter with her groom.

The video then showed him pick it up from the floor but, unsure how to secure it, plonked it back on her head rather than clipping it into her hair.

Reviewing the footage, the woman said: "My dad's coming in to the rescue, but little does he know how to place one on the head. He placed it on like a tortilla."

The bridesmaids can be seen giggling to one side of the couple and one breaks ranks in order to fix the head gear.

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She moved past the other bridesmaids and retrieved the veil and clipped it into the hair.

The camera then panned round to the father-of-the-bride who bobbed his head in a knowing nod as he realised his error.

Despite not quite knowing how to fix the situation, people were blown away by the care from the loving father.

One person said: "Can we appreciate the effort the dad made to save his little girl even though he had no clue what to do.

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"He just wanted to help. So precious."

While a second said: "Your dad is a hero, even he didn't know how to help, he didn't hesitate for a second!"

And a third said: "Hahahahaa your narration is effing perfect. I love your Dad."

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