Bridezilla Bans Sister-in-Law from Wedding for Being 'Too Pretty'

Gillian Sisley

Is it ever justified to hold a person’s appearance against them?

After years of postponements due to the pandemic, many engaged couples are finally ready to make their nuptials happen.

And these delays have created more of a desire to create ‘the perfect wedding day’ after so much has already gone wrong these last few years.

These realities were highlighted in a recent online post in which a bride bans her sibling's wife from her wedding day because her sister-in-law is just 'too pretty' and will overshadow her.

Is it ever justified to hold a person’s appearance against them?

A Reddit post published on May 18th, reported on by Jack Beresford from Newsweek, has gone viral with 10,500 upvotes and 1,600 comments.

The author begins her post by explaining that her sister-in-law is getting married soon, and a big issue has sparked. She and the sister-in-law have issues that go way back, and the bride-to-be has always been jealous of the author's looks and regularly makes rude comments about her.

She said things like 'only shallow people wear makeup', and 'looks aren't everything’. The author has always brushed this off and tried to be the bigger person. But recently things got worse when a month before the wedding the bride asked the author not to come. The bride said that she 'deserves to be the most beautiful person at her wedding', and told the author that she would 'spoil it for her' if she was there.

The author made promises to not wear makeup or wear a simple dress, but her sister-in-law still made it clear that she wasn't welcome to be there.

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The author went home and told her husband exactly why his sister had uninvited her from the wedding, and the husband got incredibly angry. He called a sister up and accused her of being cruel for uninviting his wife, but that didn't seem to get through to the bride.

The bride later texted the author and accused her of ‘snitching’ on her, and just wanting to flaunt her good looks at the bride's wedding.

What do you think? Is the bride's justification for not wanting to have her sister-in-law at her wedding valid? Or does the bride clearly need to work on her own personal development rather than blaming other people for her deeply rooted insecurities?

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