Post # 106
seeing as you were asking by your Future Mother-In-Law what colour, you’re totally justified in telling her pastel. While she didn’t choose a pastel, I do think it will be complimentary. Don’t let other people on here bully you into thinking you were rude in giving her a colour suggestion or that it was even wrong to be upset that she didn’t choose a pastel. She asked and still did what she wanted. I was asked by my Future Mother-In-Law what to wear to my fall wedding and I told her something darker to compliment the season as my bridesmaids will be in eggplant, the groom and his guys in charcoal, my mom in sage green. She asked, “So can I wear yellow? What about fushia?” It could be worse!:) haha I’ve decided to pick my battles, but got more specific in saying grey, chocolate brown, navy, champagne, etc. We’ll see how my pictures turn out! (Please Lord let it be anything but fushia or sunshine yellow!)
Post # 107
thanks so much for the helpful, kind, feedback! i was thinking I handled the situation as graciously as possible and bees on here had me feeling like a bridezilla! ugh! I’ve just decided I habr bigger fish to fry. The dress code was more to prevent one of them from standing out so if she does it’s het own fault
Post # 108
I’m a little disturbed by this post as the wedding isn’t about who wears what and what color is their dress (just so colors do not clash for picture taking, if thats the case.) I know that my mother and mother-in-law to be will wear whatever it is they will feel most comfortable and good in and that’s all that matters to me as long as they’re both healthy and well enough to show up at one of the most important days of our life. It was very kind of your Future Mother-In-Law to seek your opinion and it may have all been just a misunderstanding on her end.