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A BRIDE-to-be has been slammed for her “bizarre” guest rule – but she insists she hasn’t done anything wrong. 

The engaged woman has been documenting how she is getting wedding day ready with DIY and crafting on social media

A bride has been slammed for her "bizarre" guest rule


A bride has been slammed for her “bizarre” guest ruleCredit: Getty

That includes showing her fiance painting their colour scheme on the invitations for guests to match their outfits with it. 

She claimed that “not one single printer” could print the exact colour scheme she wants on the invitations – so her soon-to-be husband did it by hand. 

But the now-viral video she posted admitting this has not gone down well with critics.

Detractors have been quick to tell her to “see a therapist” if she insists on “controlling” what guests wear to her special day

“If you can’t bear the margin of error at the printer, how are you going to react when someone’s dress is a close but not exact match?” one asked. 

“Why do you want to control what your guests wear?” another slammed.

“The wedding party is normal, but the guests? Pretty controlling. 

“Go see a therapist about your issues.”

“Expecting people to spend money on new outfits for your wedding colour scheme is rude,” a third penned. 

Other critics warned that her “sad beige wedding” is “going to be f*****g dreadful”. 

As the comments built up, the bride jumped in to defend herself

She said that people can call her “sad and beige” all they want but she’s not fussed because the colour scheme makes her feel “calm”. 

“I didn’t tell anyone to purchase anything,” she penned in the comment section under her viral video.

“We wanted our guest to match the colours of the wedding.”

Some social media users jumped

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Spring is the official start of the traditional wedding season. If you’ve been invited to a wedding or two this spring, you’ve come to the right place for outfit inspiration. We’ve found the freshest spring wedding guest dresses for all budgets in 2024.

Spring weddings welcome dreamy floral dresses, calming pastels and feminine details like bows that work right along with the ongoing coquette aesthetic. Just pop on a blazer or cardigan over your dress if there’s still a cool breeze in the air. 

As a wedding guest, the No. 1 rule is to not wear white. Secondarily, never wear anything that may overshadow the bride. Consider the couple’s taste and who may or may not attend the wedding to determine how traditional your attire should be, or if you could show a little more skin — especially for a destination nuptial event. 

We’ve found the best spring wedding guest dresses of 2024 from Reformation, ASTR the Label, dresses&color=053&type=STANDARD&quantity=1″Hutch and more beloved brands. Find midi dresses, silk dresses, off-the-shoulder numbers, puff-sleeve styles and so much more ahead. Whether you’re attending a garden affair, black tie event or destination wedding, there’s an option for you here. You may even love these styles so much that you’ll actually re-wear them.



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When one of the most significant days of your life draws near, looking for the perfect wedding dress for men becomes paramount. It is hard to overstate how crucial your attire will be on this memorable day, so making the proper choice requires careful consideration. Together, we will take you on a comprehensive tour to help you understand men’s wedding wear and ensure you radiate confidence, style, and timeless elegance on your big day.

Understanding the Wedding Theme

Give your wedding’s theme some thought before sifting through many possibilities. The theme of your wedding will determine what you wear, whether it is a modern urban event, destination wedding, or traditional ceremony. Whereas a conventional ballroom event could require a classic, tailored outfit, a beach wedding might call for a lighter, more relaxed men’s wedding attire. Knowing the theme helps you choose an outfit that complements the celebration’s general ambience while setting the tone. 

Choosing the Right Colour Palette

The colour of your wedding dress influences the entire aesthetic of your outfit. Though basic black and white never go out of style, modern styles incorporate a variety of hues. The season and time of day of your wedding should be considered. While richer tones like navy or burgundy go well with evening festivities, lighter shades like pastels are ideal for weddings held during the day. It is also essential to match your partner’s outfit. A visually pleasant and harmonious impression is produced by ensuring that your colours complement one another, even though an exact match might be too literal. Add small details or accessories in the same colour scheme to combine your looks. 

Suiting Up

The traditional option in Indian wedding dress for men is a suit, which is ageless and adaptable and works well with many different wedding

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Meghan Markle’s Givenchy gown had a number of special touches Clare Waight Keller is now revealing.

Meghan Markle’s wedding gown had a special nod to her first date with Prince Harry. Clare Waight Keller, the fashion designer responsible for the Duchess of Sussex’s long-sleeved Givenchy wedding gown, opened up in a new interview with markle-wedding-dress”Vanity Fair about adding sentimental touches to the May 2018 ceremony attire.  

The first female artistic director of Givenchy revealed that for Markle’s “something blue,” she secretly stitched blue fabric into the hem of Markle’s wedding gown from the dress the future royal wore on her first date with her future husband. “We basically sewed it into the hem of the wedding dress, so she was the only one that knew that it was there. It was a little blue gingham check,” Waight Keller said of the classic wedding tradition. “It was the perfect personal memento that was secretly hidden inside the dress.”

Markle had previously hinted at the first date dress’ special role in her wedding date in HBO’s 2018 documentary Queen of the World, but didn’t confirm what it was. “Somewhere in here there’s a piece of blue fabric that’s stitched inside – it was my something blue,” she said in the documentary. “It’s fabric from the dress that I wore on our first date.”

Another special touch Waight Keller added to Markle’s wedding attire was a hand-embroidered flower trim representing each of the 53 countries of the Commonwealth to the bride’s cathedral-length veil. “[Meghan] felt like she was bringing an element of each of those countries down the aisle with her. So that her new role – and that bridge to the new role – was captured in what she was wearing,” she said. “For both of us, we

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