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Woman's Story About Girl Wearing White to Friend's Wedding Stuns Internet

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woman has regaled the internet with the cringeworthy story of the time she spotted someone wearing white at her friend's wedding.However, she revealed how her sense of indignation at someone committing the cardinal sin of wedding etiquette soon gave way to embarrassment when she discovered the truth.While couples are happy to chop and change many of the traditions associated with a wedding day, one rule that remains firmly in place is that only the bride may wear white."It is still generally considered to be 'bad form' to wear all white to a wedding," etiquette expert Jo Bryant told GoodToKnow. "It can be taken as you trying to upstage the bride." She added. "Plus, you may look too prominent in group photos."That was where the trouble all began for Washington-based student doctor Emily Elizabeth, a TikToker posting under the handle emzieees.

It can be viewed here.In a video which has already garnered 6.7 million views, Emily Elizabeth recalled how someone she knows from college "just got married" and she was "looking at the photos from her wedding" on Facebook when she spotted something she thought was amiss.Congrats…should I tell her.

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