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People are divided after woman shares bride’s wedding guest instructions BANNING clothes of five specific colours

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Every woman knows she daren’t wear white to a wedding, but what if the bride outlines several other colours for guests to avoid?

A user named Hannah recently took to X, formerly known as Twitter to slam the wedding guest known as Nicole, based in Miami, Florida, for failing to comply with one bride’s dress code, shared with a picture of a chart.

The original tweet that she shared read: ‘I just received these instructions for wedding guest attire and I get the request to not wear white (only sort of though because it’s Miami and it’s hot and it’s an outdoor wedding) but the rest? Lol. Get out of here. I’m not going’.

Hannah felt Nicole, the original poster didn’t quite understand wedding protocol and dismissed her opinions on this basis.

X users were divided – some welcomed Hannah’s take and slammed Nicole for taking issue with the bride for implementing a very particular dress code, but others branded it ‘an unusual rule’.

Every woman knows she daren't wear white to a wedding, but what if the bride outlines several other colours for guests to avoid?

Every woman knows she daren’t wear white to a wedding, but what if the bride outlines several other colours for guests to avoid? 

A bride and groom are walking down a path with a group of people behind them, dressed in white (stock image)

A bride and groom are walking down a path with a group of people behind them, dressed in white (stock image)

Hannah penned: ‘I can’t imagine requesting something like this, but I’m sorry, you lose all credibility in the critiquing wedding etiquette conversation when you say you don’t totally get the No White rule’.

Speaking to the ubiquity of the unspoken no white rule, she was left perplexed, unsure why Nicole couldn’t just pick another colour for her dress.

The people of X were quick to chime in on the contentious issue, and many were torn.

One said: ‘Someone did wear white to my sister’s wedding yesterday. Idk if she noticed or cared, but I noticed’.

Another agreed with Hannah: ‘These colors are really specific and not hard to avoid’.

More users came out to support the bride for providing the handy chart: ‘Honestly, if I saw something like this I’d have absolutely no issues. 

‘People often have specific colors for the wedding parties to differentiate them from everyone else (for thematic reasons), so I totally understand. If I received this I’d consider it helpful’.

A different user felt the same: ‘I mean this request honestly seems really reasonable to me. 

‘That’s only four colors guests aren’t supposed to wear (I’m not counting white bc that’s a no-brainer), and the most obvious go-to, the little black dress, is still an option. There are so many colors still available’. 

X users were divided - some welcomed Hannah's take and slammed Nicole for taking issue with the bride for implementing a very particular dress code, but others branded it 'an unusual rule'

X users were divided – some welcomed Hannah’s take and slammed Nicole for taking issue with the bride for implementing a very particular dress code, but others branded it ‘an unusual rule’

Even more social media users ran to Hannah’s defence: ‘Idk I thought this post was ridiculous because there are tons of shades and colors and she got mad at the wedding party theme colors? 

‘It’s not unreasonable and not going to someone’s wedding for a simple request is childish’. 

And a different user pointed out the bride’s helpfulness: ‘Girl just pick a baby blue dress and go to the wedding, like it doesn’t get easier than this’.

One user even remarked that Nicole refusing to attend the wedding would have little impact: ‘I love how people think their specific presence or lack thereof at a wedding will make such a massive impact on the couple. They won’t miss you’.

However, one quipped: ‘I mean, no white dresses sure. No white anything? That’s an unusual rule. I’ve never known a wedding to have an issue with men wearing white dress shirts for instance’.





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