The expectant bride is furiously left behind to discover that her sister-in-law is planning to wear a white lace dress for her wedding (so, do you think it's appropriate?)
- The expectant bride from the US posted a photo of a white lace midi dress on Reddit
- She said her sister-in-law was planning to wear a similar dress to her wedding
- Social media users gave advice on how to deal with an uncomfortable situation
An expectant bride was furiously left behind when she discovered that her sister-in-law was planning to wear a white lace midi dress for her wedding.
The bewildered bride from the US placed a photo of a similar dress reddit on Saturday, explained that her fiance's sister refused to show her a photo of the dress in question.
She further claimed that her sister-in-law had also been difficult with the color of her children's clothing – which will act as flower girls and ring wearers in the wedding.
A future bride from the US was furiously left behind after discovering that her sister-in-law was planning to wear a white lace midi dress for her wedding
She said: & # 39; Our wedding dress code is pastel, actually because our location is royal blue and the dark color makes it even darker.
& # 39; I am not b **** about it, if someone wants to wear dark pants, I think it's fine. The children of my sister-in-law are my flower girls and ring bearer, a total of six children. I wanted to give them light blue dresses and suits.
& # 39; They've bought pink dresses, I totally hate it. I don't know what it is, but it looks like they're jealous or just sabotaging the wedding.
& # 39; In the past we have had no problems. My mother-in-law only asks me not to fight and that the children look cute. This is only a small part of the long list. But wearing a white lace dress is just a good move & # 39 ;.
The bewildered bride posted a photo of a similar dress to Reddit on Saturday and explained that her fiance's sister refused to show her a photo of the dress
The post, shared with the & # 39; wedding shaming & # 39; sub-Reddit, received hundreds of responses, with users sharing the despair of the expectant bride.
The photo posted on the & # 39; wedding shaming & # 39; sub-Reddit, received hundreds of responses, with users sharing the despair of the expectant bride.
A user said: & # 39; No wonder she doesn't send you a photo. She is ashamed but will do it anyway. So clutter & # 39 ;.
Another added: & # 39; She's going to look like a total idiot! Not a good appearance. & # 39;
& # 39; KICK PEOPLE LIKE THIS FROM YOUR WEDDING, & # 39; said a third, & # 39; seriously, it's rude AF. It makes me sad that people find this acceptable.
& # 39; They know it's wrong and are clearly starving for attention. It is YOUR day. If someone has so little respect for this, tell them to GTFO & # 39 ;.
She further explained that her sister-in-law had been difficult with the color of her children's clothing, which acted as flower girls and ring wearers in the wedding (stock image)
Others offered advice on how to deal with the impending problem, including having a friend who has a & # 39; colorful & # 39; drink spills on the dress
Others offered advice on how to deal with the impending problem, including having a friend who has a & # 39; colorful & # 39; drink spills on the dress.
& # 39; Ugh. Have the best man stop her at the door and let her wear a coat or something, & a user said.
Another commented: & # 39; Have a bridesmaid innocent but loudly exclaim & # 39; OMG sister in law! Do you wear white for a wedding?!
& # 39; It seems that you want to marry your efforts !! & # 39 ;.
A third added: & # 39; Make sure that a & # 39; clumsy & # 39; friend has a colorful drink & # 39 ;.
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