Bride asks if she’s wrong for banning her wedding guest from wearing a lacy white dress & everyone says the same thing | The Sun

A BRIDE-TO-BE banned her wedding guest from wearing a short white gown with lace to her big day.

The woman asked for advice as she was concerned she was being over-sensitive by blocking the outfit choice.

But people were all united in giving the exact same feedback to the blushing bride.

Taking to Reddit she said: "A wedding guest wants to wear this? Am I being over sensitive for asking her not to?"

She then posted a picture of the frock, which is a knee length strappy dress.

The gown was white and lacy with a silk ribbon tied around the waist.

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Fellow Redditors were quick to jump in with their thoughts on the dress and they were all pretty unimpressed with the choice.

One person said: "This could easily be a reception/after party/second dress for a BRIDE.

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"Whoever sent this to you is looking for conflict lol no way in hell is this acceptable."

Another said: "Hate to say it but the guest is asking for an accidental bump and spill."

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A third said: "I am VERY laid back about this thing… but even I would say hell no to this one!"

Another said: "Most of the time brides are overreacting to the slightest hint of white but this is all white AND lacy and basically made of bridal gown. No."

While another said: "It is unreasonable for her to think she could wear that. You are totally right, this is a no."

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