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    Quote Originally Posted by gizmoduckus View Post
    I am not a centre-of-attention type girl, so it wouldn't bother me if someone wore white to my wedding. The only thing I wanted was to marry my DH and that was ticked off. Everything else was a minor detail compared to that.
    Same. I married my soul mate. That's all I wanted or was interested in. What hue people wore didn't even register.

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    I agree with many PP - I think it is rude to wear white to a wedding.

    My cousin is getting married in a few weeks and her mother is wearing white too. So so weird (IMO). When she told my mum my cheeky mother asked if she was wearing a veil too *lol*

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    I would be upset if someone wore white to my wedding, I think because most people know its not generally acceptable and it would feel like they had done it deliberately to be rude (even if in my head I knew they didn't). But I tend to overreact.

    If I was going to someone else's wedding I wouldn't wear white just because I know it is considered bad etiquette.

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    I personally don't care, I wouldn't think somebody was rude if I saw them in white at a wedding. In fact a girlfriend wore a white/creamy dress to my wedding and I didn't give it a second thought. It's not like it looked like my dress and I'm fairly certain people were still focused on my husband and I and not her dress. I would understand if it was an over the top white dress that may look bridal, but I think a cocktail dress is fine, if you know the bride is wearing a more traditional dress you should be safe. But if the wedding's casual and she may be wearing a white cocktail dress then you may have to give it a miss. You're also not meant to wear black to a wedding but I think most ignore that, I do!

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    I definitely wouldn't be upset if someone wore white to mine. But I definitely don't think it's the thing to do. You just don't know how the bride may feel or what the guests may think, so really I would play it safe and wear something else, not worth the uproar it could possibly cause (may not either) but I wouldn't like to find out.


 

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