Woman ruins wedding by wearing WHITE dress and stealing the limelight during reception

WEDDINGS have certain unwritten rules for the guests that everyone should know and follow.

Some of these rules include: don’t show up late to the ceremony, don’t embarrass the bride in your speech, and definitely do not wear white.

Although most of us know about these common courtesies, we always hear cringe-worthy stories about a guest’s complete disregard of them.

A woman on TikTok posted a video of her sister’s wedding and an attendee who dampened the event by wearing a white dress and showing it off on the dance floor.

“This Cruella attention seeker wore a white gown with a train that’s right now pinned up, to my sister’s wedding,” she wrote.

In the clip, the blonde-haired guest is seen dancing around flashily with her partner, while wearing a floor-length strapless white dress with white flowers lining the top.


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Responding to a commenter who asked why she was invited, the TikToker revealed that the guest in question is her uncle’s wife “that we all hate.”

Other viewers couldn’t believe the guest’s audacity:

“Wearing a white dress to someone’s wedding telling more about them than you can expect,” one person wrote.

“Y’all don’t fight with your family and it shows. Go ahead and throw wine on her,” another quipped.

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Others said they would have taken care of the situation right away:

“This is why bridesmaids and groomsmen should carry around water guns with fabric dye,” wrote one.

“TIE DYE TIME,” said another, while adding an array of cocktail emojis.

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One more person shared their own, similar experience and how they dealt with it: “So this happened at my cousin’s wedding when I was a kid.

“My grandpa paid me $500 and a my-size Barbie to “fall” into the lake with her during pictures.”

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