People praise bride’s beautiful wedding dress until they realise what’s really going on | The Sun

LET'S be honest – most women (ourselves included) have spent their whole lives dreaming of their perfect wedding.

But when the time comes to actually make that dream a reality, it can be undeniably stressful.

So in the madness of cake tastings, centrepiece dilemmas and top table politics, you can hardly blame this bride for not feeling the need to sign off on every guest's wedding outfit.

To celebrate her wedding anniversary earlier this week, the anonymous woman shared a photo of what looked like her and her husband sharing their first dance.

Posting on Reddit, she wrote: "She looks absolutely beautiful.

"Too bad – that's my [mother-in-law] at my wedding seven years ago."

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Along with a sheer white top, the mother-of-the-groom wore a floor-length embellished skirt.

What's more, the woman had her hair styled in a chic chignon and finished her outfit with a pearl necklace.

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After it dawned on people on the forum that she wasn't the bride, members expressed their total shock in the comments.

One replied: "What. Is. Wrong. With. These. WOMEN!?!?!?!?

"I cannot fathom the mindset of anyone with a brain attending a wedding in a white dress."

"Dear god," another added. "Why didn’t your husband stop that?"

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"I wouldn’t have said anything," a third wrote. "I would have had her escorted by security."

A fourth joked: "You could say 'oh no I'm so sorry I just accidentally spilled this red wine all over you!'"

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