Bride left holding back tears as two guests wore white at her wedding

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By James Kay

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The happiest day of a woman's life was ruined after two people wore white to her wedding, with one appearing to wear an actual wedding dress.

Most people go through life imagining what their wedding day will hold, with some planning it down to the finer details like what sort of tablecloths there will be.

In any case, all eyes should be on the bride and groom, and the only tears that should be shed are tears of joy.

Unfortunately, a wedding attended by Isabella Santos Giha ended with the bride becoming emotional after two guests turned up wearing white - which is a big wedding no-no.

Documenting the day on TikTok, Isabella wrote: "Two girls wore white at my friend's wedding," before zooming in on one of the women who she accused of wearing "a legit wedding dress".

She ended the video by saying "The bride got sad," while showing the newlywed looking less happy than somebody should on their big day.

That being said, it is worth noting that the bride outshines the two women who wore white.

One person in the comments had a devious plan for the two women: "Guys if this ever happens to you there's something called red wine and you can make that dress a nice red."

A second person added: "I wouldn’t be sad [because] I know damn well my guests would be throwing all the shade so I don’t have to and I’d look graceful for being unbothered."

A third said: "Second one was bugging. She would have had to change and why would she even think that’s okay."

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As per Wedding Wire, white shouldn't be worn by guests so as not to upstage the bride as all focus should understandably be on her.

The website also reads that people should refrain from wearing ivory or other off-white colors because they can often be confused with white.

Britannica explains that brides traditionally wore white as a symbol of innocence and purity.

Regardless of the two guests wearing white to the wedding, we hope that the bride's day wasn't ruined.

Featured image credit: Jean Schwarz / Alamy

Bride left holding back tears as two guests wore white at her wedding

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By James Kay

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The happiest day of a woman's life was ruined after two people wore white to her wedding, with one appearing to wear an actual wedding dress.

Most people go through life imagining what their wedding day will hold, with some planning it down to the finer details like what sort of tablecloths there will be.

In any case, all eyes should be on the bride and groom, and the only tears that should be shed are tears of joy.

Unfortunately, a wedding attended by Isabella Santos Giha ended with the bride becoming emotional after two guests turned up wearing white - which is a big wedding no-no.

Documenting the day on TikTok, Isabella wrote: "Two girls wore white at my friend's wedding," before zooming in on one of the women who she accused of wearing "a legit wedding dress".

She ended the video by saying "The bride got sad," while showing the newlywed looking less happy than somebody should on their big day.

That being said, it is worth noting that the bride outshines the two women who wore white.

One person in the comments had a devious plan for the two women: "Guys if this ever happens to you there's something called red wine and you can make that dress a nice red."

A second person added: "I wouldn’t be sad [because] I know damn well my guests would be throwing all the shade so I don’t have to and I’d look graceful for being unbothered."

A third said: "Second one was bugging. She would have had to change and why would she even think that’s okay."

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Credit: TikTok
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Credit: TikTok
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Credit: TikTok

As per Wedding Wire, white shouldn't be worn by guests so as not to upstage the bride as all focus should understandably be on her.

The website also reads that people should refrain from wearing ivory or other off-white colors because they can often be confused with white.

Britannica explains that brides traditionally wore white as a symbol of innocence and purity.

Regardless of the two guests wearing white to the wedding, we hope that the bride's day wasn't ruined.

Featured image credit: Jean Schwarz / Alamy