Post # 1
and Ive told her she shouldnt wear white to the wedding because its a faux pas in etiquette.
She says, “no one follows those rules these days. awhile ago you could never wear black to a wedding and look how thats changed.”
Do you think someone will care? or is she allowed to wear white? Do you think its rude of her? whats your opinion?
p.s my mum isnt a centre of attention type of person, I just dont think she cares and she likes her outfit. 🙂
Post # 3
If she likes her outfit, why not. lol. The attention will be on the bride & groom anyways; your mother is just going to complement them! If you’re so worried about committing a faux pas, suggest she wears a cream colored bolero or accessorize with striking color to contrast the bride’s attire (:
Post # 4
Do you think it will bother your brother and his FI? My mom told me she was going to wear a white pant suit to my wedding, lol. I told her that only the bride should wear white and she was like “oh, ok” and decided she’s going to wear a black dress.
I think some people may think it is rude, but others aren’t even going to notice. Personally, for my own wedding, I’d prefer if I was the only one wearing white… but if someone showed up in a white dress or something, I think I’d get over it 🙂
Post # 5
Eh, it’s not so much of a faux pas anymore but I would check with your brother and his fianceé to see what they think. They might feel like it’s a slight to them.
That being said, I wore a predominately white dress (with black and jewel accents) to a friend’s wedding but I did check with her first that it was ok. And I certainly wasn’t the only guest wearing white. But the bride didn’t mind because she was wearing gold so she stood out anyways.
Post # 6
I think you should ask your brothers fiance. It sounds silly, but some people might be upset if someone wore white to their wedding. Me being one of them! haha. I wouldnt throw a fit, but I would secretly be a little perturbed! I think its a person to person opinion – just ask her, odds are she wont mind! 😀