THE last thing you want to deal with while planning your wedding is difficult family members.
Not only did one bride try to accommodate her soon-to-be family, but she almost had to pay over $250 for their mistake.
Reddit user, Yellow Redundancy reposted one bride’s story on how she almost ended up paying for a damaged dress that wasn’t hers.
The bride’s headline reads: “AITA for refusing to pay for a dress that my bridesmaid ripped in the store?”
She prefaces the story by explaining that her fiancé had no siblings, just one aunt, and her daughter.
Her fiancé asked if she could include his cousin Kacy in her bridal party.
The bride agreed and said she would pay for all three of her bridesmaids’ dresses.
When the time came to pick out and try some options, all three bridesmaids, her fiancé, and his aunt went to the appointment.
The girls chose their favorites from the window, and the sales associate recommended they all try a size or two up from their regular size.
While the bridesmaids went to the back to try on the dresses, the bride, her fiancé, and his aunt went to look at some bridal accessories.
From what her other two bridesmaids told her, Kacy got upset that she had to try dresses from the plus-size line and that the associate told her she shouldn’t try anything below a size 16.
“Kacy has always squeezed herself into tight-fitting clothes and is very focused on (in her words) “unfair” and “misleading” sizing between brands,