Bride threatens to send out wedding guests if they wear ‘-f-white’ outfits

Depending on what the guest finishes wearing, the bride can keep one of her wedding guests away from her celebration.

A bride-to-be has recently been posted on Reddit’s “I I A – H —” forum to explain that her father’s girlfriend of the year is planning to wear a “white silk slip dress”. Blazer to match her wedding.

The girl, who wrote the post under the username Axioviskisor, said she saw her dad’s girlfriend’s post about the -f-white outfit on Instagram last week, which was also Kanya-to-B-B-B-B-Day.

About the moment she saw the post, she wrote, “I was alive.”

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He added, “There was no mistake in the color because she took it directly from the website.”

A bride is upset because her father's girlfriend is thinking of wearing a -f-white dress at her wedding.  (iStock)

A bride is upset because her father’s girlfriend is thinking of wearing a -f-white dress at her wedding. (iStock)

He said he immediately texted his dad, asking if his girlfriend’s outfit was really f-white, but he was away for the weekend.

However, the very next day, his girlfriend sent a message to the bride that she did not give her father the details of the dress because she wanted to surprise him.

He apparently told the bride that the outfit was not really dyed.

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The girl wrote, “I sent her a message and said I was upset wearing a dress of the same color as mine and told her not to wear it.” “She didn’t answer me.”

He added, “The kind of irony I see is that she asked earlier if she could get the same dress as my bridesmaids, and I told her to try and avoid it if possible.” “So it makes me wonder why she thinks it’s okay to wear the same color as the bride?”

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Eventually, the bride talked to her father and explained the situation to him.

“After I got home, I called my dad and told him I wasn’t okay with wearing that dress,” she wrote. “We have had to make a lot of big changes in our marriage and that is one of the things that I have decided on. Am. I told him I would be sorry if I put him in a tough position, but I set foot on this. I’ve already got people telling me [if] She showed it, they would turn it on my behalf. “

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In an update on the post, the bride stated that her father’s girlfriend finally responded, the outfit “looks darker in person,” and the bride didn’t know that “the mind had a dress code,” the bride wrote.

“I repeat that unfortunately I am not happy with the color at all and she has asked me to choose. [sic] “Something else.” “Our messages have been friendly, but formal to each other. I hope she now fully understands that don’t wear her hope anymore. ”

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Overall, the commenters on the post supported the bride.

One person wrote, “Everyone knows that you don’t wear white near the wedding, when you’re not the bride.” “I also find it strange that when she wasn’t one she told me to wear the color of the bridesmaids. If she asked if she wore the color without knowing it and showed that she was an unmarried woman, then it is normal / coincidence. But especially to ask about wearing it … it looks like she is trying to inject herself into your marriage. “

Another said: “Real though – wearing white at a wedding is not like a wedding guest 101, and every woman with a double-digit intelligence knows this. It is clear that she is trying to make this marriage an opportunity to steal the spotlight for herself in one way or another. “

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