According to the bride’s, sister’s, it is no longer in the marriage, and has not been invited to do all of the bridesmaid’s nice”, or go to a bachelor party.
A bride and her sister are on the outs over a dispute about a bridesmaid dress.
In a post on Facebook, the anonymous, the bride said that the wedding was only eight days away, but it is her sister who is a bridesmaid, not yet bought a dress.
“My wedding is in 8 days and I told my sister in January to a navy dress with flowers on it,” the bride wrote.
THE BRIDE IS CAUGHT SCAMMING HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS FROM HER WEDDING DAY: “IT’S A CRIMINAL’
When the bride brought up this point to her sister’s house, she is reported to have replied with a picture of a black see-through lace maxi dress from Fashion Nova and said to the bride, and she was thinking of wearing it to the wedding.
“I was told that it was not appropriate for my wedding-especially as a bridesmaid, so if this is a sign that you don’t want to be a bridesmaid, say, simply,” the bride continued.
And, by the bride’s sister, was not at the wedding. They will not be invited to do all of the bridesmaid’s nice”, or go to a bachelor party.
The post, which was shared by the popular and wedding-shaming Facebook group, “That’s it, I’m a wedding and shaming,” has received almost 300 comments and 150 comments, with many split on whether or not the bride’s reaction was justified.
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“This is lingerie, not a bridesmaid dress,” one said, and together with the bride.
“I can’t decide whether or not they really thought that this dress would be great for you to wear or to use it as an easy way out,” another wrote.
“Wear this to a wedding, which is basically saying,” LOOK HOW HOT I AM. IGNORE EVERYTHING ELSE?’ I would legit throw a person off if they were wearing them. However, I’m going to wear it as my wedding night attire, for sure!” one of the other pro-the bride commenter shared.
“A sister is my hero. The bride sounds a bit tiring,” it only takes one person pointed out that the defense of the sister.
“Lmao this is hilarious, and I’m in love with the sister,” another wrote.
“So who are we supposed to be shaming? I’m torn, I hate both of them,” a curtly put.
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Despite the commenters’ mixed feelings on the look, most of the parties have agreed that the bride should have allowed her sister to attend the bachelorette party be without a bridesmaid. And another, even going so far as to call the bride’s reaction is “petty.”
Many people have claimed that they would, in fact, contributing to the $70 an Editorial Cover and a Floral Maxi-Dress at a festival, or other occasion — not just for a wedding.