Woman breaks wedding rule with 'dramatic' attire: 'Oh hell no'

A photo of a bride posing with a groomsman and his girlfriend has gone viral for all the wrong reasons.

At first glance, you would be forgiven for thinking that there are two brides in the snap, as the guest is wearing a wedding dress.

A wedding guest in a wedding gown, groomsman in a tux and a bride in a wedding dress
People couldn't tell which woman was the bride. Photo: Facebook

There’s an unspoken rule that guests shouldn’t wear white to a wedding, as that colour is typically reserved for the bride.

The wedding photo was shared in a popular Facebook group and attracted more than 1000 horrified reactions.

It shows the groomsman standing proudly in the middle, with his girlfriend on one side and the bride on the other.


His girlfriend has her blonde hair in a messy updo, and chose to wear a low-cut white gown with a longer train than the bride.

The bride has long brunette hair and is dressed in a high-necked white dress with long mesh sleeves.

It wasn’t long before comments came flooding in, with many slamming the wedding guest for her 'dramatic' choice of clothing.

“I really thought the blonde was the bride at first. The audacity…I would have asked her to leave. She knew exactly what she was doing,” one person wrote.

“I just don’t understand how grown adults don’t know that you don’t wear white to a wedding,” added a group member.

“Rules of being a wedding guest: 1) RSVP on time. 2) No plus ones if they weren’t on your invite. 3) DON’T WEAR WHITE,” another pointed out.

“WAIT. The bride is the one on the RIGHT? Oh helllllll no. The AUDACITY,” a fourth exclaimed.

Bride furious after groomsman's prank

This comes after another groomsman was slammed for his 'horrible' prank.

The bride-to-be received a floral arrangement with a simple card that read: ’I don’t’.

A wedding planner shared the story on Facebook, saying that she ‘panicked’ after the bride called her in the middle of the night.

“I’m in bed panicking and scramble to locate and contact groom. I get through to his number (he was sleeping hungover), as I had been, and slept through missed calls ‘apparently’.

“He’s annoyed and confused. I think my words were ‘John what is going on? Why send flowers like that?’,” she recalled.

“Turns out one of his groomsmen had sent them as a joke. Like a stag party joke. Everyone and I mean EVERYONE was furious. So yeah, the entire bridal party had less than three hours sleep before the big day, myself included. It was an intense day.”

“The amount of f**ed up s**t I’ve seen at weddings is unreal,” she added.

A bride and groom wiping away tears at their ceremony
The bride was upset when she received the ominous note. Photo: Getty

People were shocked by the ‘really mean’ joke, with one labelling it as ‘horrible’.

“That person would be dead to us, and certainly my husband and if that wasn’t a dealbreaker for him too I’d get that annulled so effing fast,” added a second.

“I NEED to believe that groomsman was immediately kicked out of the wedding party and dumped as a friend. What a s**tty thing to do,” a third remarked.

“After having my own wedding…groomsmen are literally some of the worst people,” another pointed out.

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