The former Love Island pair tied the knot this week surrounded by their nearest and dearest, but Quickenden's social media activity during the gathering caused some people to comment negatively on his posts.
Addressing this unjustified toxicity, he said in an Instagram clip: "Please, please, if you see something and you don't know the full story, don't comment, because it's utterly boring.
"Why do people just find any reason to be negative or to moan or to have an opinion when they don't know what's gone on? They don't know that it said on the table to share photos and use a hashtag. They don't know that permission was asked."
Defending himself further, the two-time X Factor contestant showed his followers a table note from the shindig, reading: "Please share photos of our special day using our hashtag #JustJewitt".
Parents-of-one Jewitt and Thurlow have been together since the 2017 series of Love Island, where they finished in second place behind Kem Cetinay and Amber Davies.
This isn't the first time that Quickenden has had to address trolling, sadly revealing earlier this year that some social media users had targeted his newborn son.
"I don't mind people giving me shit, as sad as it is I've had to get used to being called 'irrelevant', 'ugly', 'attention seeking' and the list goes on, but to troll an innocent child is so wrong and the people doing it seriously need to seek help.
"There is a dark side of social media and something needs doing about it."
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