By Noname - United States
Today, I found an old dress in my house laying around. I decided to dye it green to wear it out on St. Patrick's day. Turns out it was my grandmother's wedding dress that my sister was planning to wear for her wedding. FML
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ok sure it's just a wedding day
but they want to look beautiful and take pics so they could look good and show their kids how their amazing wedding went
sp shut up and live with it.

  guestxxx  |  0

166, it's not like it was a super expensive dress that got ruined, it was an old one that was being passed down. She wasn't planning on spending any money on her dress. Now someone has to spend something on it, even if it's just the cost of the bleach to turn the dress white again.

  itialian_lol  |  0

ur both missing the point. a wedding is about emotion and love, and if a bride feels a little decoration makes it a happier or more emotional (beautiful) occasion, then fine. but a wedding deffinately is NOT centered around having pictures for the future. thats idiotic at best.

  zelhackin  |  0

A wedding is a traditional ritual used to symbolize the companionship between two people
Weddings could be done with a drunk pastor in a barn or they can be done by the Pope in The Holy Cathedral. Either way they hold the same bond
Women have blown this ritual WAY out of preportion because it's supposed to be the day they always dream of.
WELL FUCK EM. If every wedding was perfect than they would be boring as hell. I say wear that green dress with pride because when you wear it you say " should I give a fuck about tradition?"
and if anyone asks why it's green than blame OP

  thisisbutaname  |  38

The communication problem exists because: 1. OP didn't know about her sister's plans; 2. OP didn't think of asking someone before dyeing a random wedding dress she found in the house