A bride has been left ‘devastated’ after her future husband ruined their wedding day by confessing he found her dress ‘horrible’.
The dress picked out by the unamend woman was supposed to be a surprise but the bride revealed her husband caught a sneak peak of it before hand. Writing on an online forum she claimed her fiancée accidentally saw a snap of her dress before their wedding, and made a comment about it being ‘horrible’.
She added this has ruined their wedding day, and asked for advice online. In a post on Netmums, the unnamed bride said: “I’m getting married in a couple of days, it’s all planned and organised. We have been together forever but have waited and it was going to be a fab day for us all.
“Anyway I had a picture of my wedding dress from Pinterest in my photos, for some reason my OH has set up the TV so that it streams pictures from our Amazon photos when it is going to sleep. Last night the screen went off and this stream of photos came up-including this wedding dress image and about five others that I had on my phone.
“He didn’t comment until mine came up and he said how horrible it was and he hoped I hadn’t picked anything like that-sob. It’s a colour (not white) so was always a risk but I feel (felt) amazing in it and now I know he hates it before I even arrive. I’m devastated, it’s too late to get anything else and I don’t have any more budget anyway. What do I do?”
Many other users rushed to the comment section to offer their advice, the ECHO reports. Most people were sure her husband-to-be wouldn’t even recognise the dress when she was wearing it on the day, or that it would look so different he would immediately change his mind.
One said: “Tell him” and another said: “What’s more important to you? Getting married to this man, or whether or not he likes the dress you wear?
“If the former, then your wedding isn’t ruined. If the latter, then your wedding was going to be ruined regardless of what you were going to wear.
“This is one day, and a few hours in a dress, a dress which will look very different when you’re wearing it. The likelihood is that he’ll either not even realise that this is the dress he said he didn’t like, or that he’ll see it and immediately feel guilty about what he said, and be apologetic all night. And in five years time, this will be your main funny wedding story.”