We all know that at a wedding,
only the bride should wear white, right? Well, one bride to be is in her feelings
after a soon to be mother in law announced her plans to wear an off
white dress to her wedding. The bride posted to the site, MumsNet,
asking if she should confront her and risk coming off as a bridezilla or just play it
cool and act like it doesn’t bother her. So ladies, what advice will you give this bride to be?
>>Girl, clearly, that mom doesn’t like you anyway, so tell her how you feel.
>>[LAUGH] [APPLAUSE]>>Cuz who does that? I mean, you guys, that is a known thing. You don’t wear white to
someone else’s wedding. And I think that unless they’ve requested,
I’ve been to all white weddings, where everyone is supposed to wear white. But if they didn’t request you to wear
white, you’re not supposed to wear white. That’s low key rude on the mom, and
I think she don’t like you anyway.>>[LAUGH]>>I could see that.>>Just tell her.>>I guess, for me, personally, I don’t care. If it was my wedding day,
I’m gonna shine, baby. There’s no way-
>>Anyways.>>You in your little white dress. It’s gonna be like trying to stand
in front of me and my bat signal. There’s no way you’re gonna dull my shine. But when it comes to having a talk with
somebody, a mother in law, it’s just, I feel it’s weird to talk to somebody
about, could you not wear that? Because then I don’t feel as special and
you’re upstaging me. You know what I mean,
that conversation is so whack to me.>>This is not like the average Thursday, this is your wedding.
>>Yeah, but->>But it was like she said, she went off white, so it’s like-
>>It’s not a big deal.>>Yeah, I’m with you, Jeanie, I wouldn’t let someone ruin my day. If you wanted to do it, go on and
do it, but it’s still, I’m the bride.>>[APPLAUSE]>>It’s not gonna stand in front of your way.
>>But how would you have felt? Did anybody wear white at your wedding?
>>No, and I think it would depend on
the type of person she is. If she was always the type of
person to play the victim or wanted attention,
I would just not play that game. I would be like, whatever, do you. They’re gonna talk about you anyway. You’re gonna look crazy. But if she was really nice and
she didn’t have anything else to wear and she felt like she looked really, really
beautiful in that dress, I don’t know. I just would kind of just let it be.
>>Yeah, just let her live her life.
>>I personally didn’t say that anybody couldn’t wear white. I really didn’t care. You could wear whatever.
>>Right, so you wouldn’t care either?>>No, I wouldn’t care, but this person, this is bothering her. So I’m saying if it really bothers you and
it’s upsetting you, like I said, the lady don’t like you anyway. So you should be able to express your
feelings to her and just say hey, it’s my day, I kinda didn’t want
anybody else wearing white. I don’t care, personally, I think like
Jeanie said, if you’re so worried about that, you might even not be in the right
frame of mind for getting married. Cuz that’s not what marriage is about, is the dress color.
>>She nailed it.
>>[APPLAUSE]>>She nailed it, yeah.>>If you’re so worried about your mother-in-law’s dress color, and
that’s gonna mess up your day, then you’re not getting married for the right reasons.
>>Or you could just let her wear off white,
and you come in black. I mean, do something different.
>>[LAUGH]>>That’s what I think, but if it’s something that,
everybody’s different. There are people that are very traditional
that want things done a certain way. And if that’s the case, then I think you
should be able to voice your opinion.>>There are some rules though that are still there for no reason,
don’t wear white after Labor Day. I know this is different.
>>Yeah, I break that all the time.>>But there are women who are like, you’re not supposed to do that. You’re just not, or
wearing a little bit of color.>>Why? Who said that?
>>And that’s why it makes no sense. When there’s a wedding, remember the one time you actually
didn’t have your eyes on the bride? It’s hard to think that way.
>>But what if the mother in law is
helping to pay for the wedding? [LAUGH]
>>And you think that she [CROSSTALK]>>She can wear whatever she wants.>>Exactly. [LAUGH]
>>Girl, we’ll get two brides dressed as a two for
one special, okay?