A bride has been left furious after her new sister-in-law wore a dress “a shade lighter” than hers to the wedding.
And to make the situation even more uncomfortable, she then posted photos of the newlyweds to social media before the bride and groom had given their ok, later “ignoring” their request to take the photos down when asked.
The bride shared a a photo of herself and her new husband, and her sister-in-law, to Reddit to show the similar dress colours.
“I am the one with the bouquet,” the bride wrote.
“My dress was champagne coloured. My sister-in-law was wearing a dress that was lighter than mine. It’s kind of hard to discern the difference from the photos.
“She likes the attention, and I didn’t want our day overshadowed by her.
“After the wedding, she posted a picture of me in my wedding dress on her socials.
“We had asked for people not to because we wanted the opportunity to share our photos with friends and family first. We had voiced this as well. Everyone listened except for her.
“She chose to not listen and ignored her brother when he asked for her to take it down.
“All in all, everything she did she knew she wasn’t supposed to do. She was going out of her way to be disrespectful. Hence the issues I have with her.”
Not surprisingly, her post generated many comments – with one user saying of the sister-in-law “her clothing choice is yikes”.
“I don’t understand what is hard about not wearing white to a wedding anywhere that is considered a social faux pas.”
Another said: “This seems to happen often, and I can’t understand why. Why advertise to your social circle – and the world – that you are insecure, petty and entitled?”