What to wear to a wedding is a tricky question.
You have to check all the dress codes, make sure your outfit will look lovely in pictures, and speedily decide if theres too much white in your dress.
When it comes to getting children dressed for the occasion, things can get even tougher.
After all, when a child decides they dont want to wear the outfit you carefully picked out, theres no convincing them otherwise. And if they find something they want to wear non-stop, youll need a lot of luck to get them to change into something more situation appropriate.
So spare a thought for this family who are battling it out over one little girls desire to wear a superhero costume to her aunts wedding.
A bride has lashed out online about her nieces choice of outfit for her wedding – a red and blue satin design with a large gold star on the front, to make the wearer look like a mini Captain Marvel.
The bride wrote: Was at the soon-to-be-in-laws today and they chose this dress for my fiancés niece.
I told them to keep shopping. Do people really not understand what to wear to weddings?.
The brides comments were shared in a wedding shaming Facebook group, sparking debate over whether the bride was in the right to kick off about her niece wearing a superhero outfit to the wedding.
Some sided firmly with the bride: You have to be such a narcissistic adult to allow your precious little princess to do this, wrote one.
Others questioned what was so wrong about the dress, suggesting the stars actually made the outfit look quite jazzy and wedding appropriate.
Theres a big debate still going on in the comments about whether the child is just a guest or part of the wedding party. The general consensus seems to be that if shes a bridesmaid or similar she should wear what the bride wants, as shell be in all the pictures, but if shes just a guest she can wear whatever superhero outfit she likes.
One woman commented: Unless the kid is in the wedding does it really matter what they wear? Theyre going to be bored, wanting to leave the entire time and probably not participating Read More – Source