Is this a Bridezilla situation called for or not?
Celebrating your love before family and friends is one of the most significant day's in one's life. Of course, that means ensuring the seating arrangements don't offend anyone, your groom has his tux fitted and your bridemaids look perfect.
One bride who went an extra step further to ensure her bridesmaids looked their very best has been copping some backlash for it.
That's right, taking to Reddit, one bride shared that she had edited a photo of one of her bridesmaids which was included in the official wedding album.
The bride goes on to explain that after the celebration, she caught up with her bridesmaids and brought along a group picture of them all together to reminisce on the big day.
Sounds lovely sweet enough, right? Well, she also ordered a personal album and revealed that in those photos, one of her friends, whom she referred to as Heather, looked like she had a "very unflattering silhouette."
As a result, the newlywed took it upon herself to have Heather's appearance altered.
Not long after the wedding, the three of her friends visited for dinner and after a few drinks they went through all the images from her wedding day.
When one of the friends complimented Heather, she noticed her body had been edited and the bride's photos were different to the ones they had originally been given.
"Heather got really offended and asked me what I did to the photos," she said. "I got mad at my other friend because she had no reason to point out that she thought Heather 'looked good,'" the bride wrote.
"I told Heather that I had the photos edited for my personal album, and she got angry. We ended up getting into a shouting match, which I thought was totally unnecessary."
The bride then explained that she recommended Heather to try and be "more secure" and argued it was her other friend who had bodyshamed her by telling her she looked different.
But the plot thickens, Heather then posted about it online and the bride has said all of her friends have shunned her for altering the photographs.
The bride then concluded her post by asking Reddit users if she was in the wrong.
The majority told her it was not a nice move. "You're just salty and embarrassed you got caught. Don't try to deflect to the friend who noticed, there wouldn't have been anything to draw attention to if the photos hadn't been edited," one wrote.
Another added: "You seem to think that the fact that you don’t want to be reminded of what your 'friend' actually looks like in your personal album makes it better. It does not."
Although some still saw reason with the bride and said it wasn't a massive issue as she had only edited it an image that was in her personal collection.
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