Post # 1
My sil bought 5 dresses for my wedding. At first i told her to wear blue, and she insisted on wearing yellow, because she wants to be the only one wearing a different color and stand out. In the end she wasn’t even wearing yellow, she wants to wear a very pale white gold dress with a crystal headband that curiously looks like mine. I showed mil the headband a week before. She insisted the dress wasn’t white and it was just the lighting. Lol. When I told my mil that my mom bought hair accesories (for me), she said: “She bought one for SIL?? thank you! Now i can return this one!”. I was seriously wth-ing through that conversation. Why the heck would my mom bought anything for her, they havent even met!
Post # 3
@Bunpun: Wait, I’m actually a little confused. Your post is about what your SIL is wearing to your wedding, but the title says your SIL’s wedding. Can you clarify please? 🙂
Post # 4
I was just making a joke because my whole in laws treated my wedding like my sil’s wedding
Post # 5
Oh God, you have the “precious daughter” stereotype going on in your in-laws’ family too? The self-absorption some folks have is incredible. I’m sorry that you have to attend your “sister-in-law’s wedding” and actually be in her presence.
Post # 6
I get your title. I would tell this girl she will wear a dress in (fill in blank color(s)) only and if she doesn’t want to do that well then sorry. Unacceptable to be wearing a dress anywhere near yours, or a headpiece that resembles yours, or any headpiece lol! Sorry you are dealing with this but for reals, you need to stand some ground here. I’m sure you are trying to keep the peace but this girl needs a reality check.
Post # 7
@Bunpun: Ugh! I feel your pain. In my first wedding I had the same kind of thing, but with the photographer. My in-laws used my wedding photographer to take their family portraits! There were about equal amounts of pics of my wedding and family portraits taken of only them showing nothing to do with my wedding. That’s so crappy. Make SIL wear a bridesmaid dress or don’t be a bridesmaid.