‘My single sister says my wedding dress code excludes her – she won’t speak to me’

The bride-to-be is going to ask everyone else to wear white, while she and the immediate wedding party wears black, but her younger sister ‘hates’ the theme and feels ‘excluded’

The bride wants her guests to wear their own wedding dresses (stock image)(Getty Images/EyeEm)

One of the big decisions you have to make when planning a wedding is whether you’re going to have a theme or a dress code.

This can be something as simple as smart casual, formal or relaxed – or you could go all out and have a huge theme such as Disney dresses.

One bride-to-be has chosen a very untraditional theme – she wants everyone else to be in white, while she and the immediate wedding party are in black.

She also had the unusual idea that people could wear their old wedding dresses, after one of her sisters said she wishes she could wear her’s every day. However, this hasn’t gone down well with everyone.

She came up with the unusual theme with her other sister (stock image)(Getty Images)

Taking to a popular Reddit forum, the 26-year-old explained that she is getting married in two years, and that her own personal style is “very dark”.

She added: “My idea for my wedding is to have my fiancé, our son, my nieces, and myself in all black and have the rest of the party in white.”

After speaking about the idea of people being able to wear their old gowns with her 27-year-old sister, she explained: “We both loved the idea and thought that if people still had their wedding dresses they could wear them to my wedding as long as they were white (or any variation of white). Most of my bridal party is also married and I know all of their dresses are white because I attended their weddings.”

Her sister hates the theme (stock image)(Getty Images)

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