There’s one last piece to this story: this event happened on the day of the wedding. Plenty of brides have second thoughts about the dresses they picked out, but most of them either make the change or realize that nothing can be done.
It’s too late, she’s about to walk down the aisle, and that’s the dress she’s wearing, one way or another. Dip-dying is complicated and time-intensive, and if it’s done wrong, then it will undoubtedly ruin the dress. Trust us, lady, just wear the dress.
We Wonder Why Nobody Showed Up?
If you plan on being a bridezilla, we say you should pick one thing that bothers you and run with it till the end. This bridezilla had to divide her sadness and complaints between two different problems: a purple monogram that turned out a bit too blue, and the fact that not many people showed up to her bachelorette party.
Could it possibly be that not many people wanted to be around her because she's the type of person that has a meltdown over napkin colors? Guess we'll never know.
Always Have a Rain Plan
Wedding meltdowns are a dime a dozen these days, but we feel like this one could have been prevented with a better attitude on the bride's side. They were even able to have a backup plan set up quickly but the bride didn't want to walk down the aisle anyway.
Thankfully, the rain did eventually stop so the wedding could happen outside as she wanted. The poor vendors, however, had to wipe down all the chairs.
This Is Why We Have the Term “Bridezilla”
There are oodles of stories out there about brides that turn into beasts as soon as they start planning their wedding, even if they were sweeties before. As for this one, we can't be sure that she was ever sweet or will ever return to being sweet.
If the man officiating your wedding thinks you're possessed by a demon, you need to chill out. Ladies, at the very least, don't be so mean that the officiant has to be begged to marry you.
The Pimple and the Bride
If you've ever worn or helped someone slither into a wedding dress, you know that they can be pretty form-fitting and tight. Tight clothes put pressure on the skin.
This is pretty gross, but the bride had a good point. It could have messed up the dress or been a distraction for someone during the wedding. Better to deal with it before it becomes an issue. Is a wedding planner prepared for something like this? We almost hope not, but we have a feeling that this wasn't the first bridezilla they had to pop a pimple for.