A woman has been slammed for sharing her wedding dress thoughts.
The bride caused quite a stir when she claimed her grandad's wedding dress fund wasn't enough.
Her relative gifted her with £3,000 to be able to cover the costs for her dream day.
Now the bride is asking Reddit whether she can tell her grandad to increase the budget to buy two dresses she's "obsessed" with.
She explained how she wanted one for the ceremony which costs £2,833 and a second for the reception that's £1,715 in price.
But her slightly expensive taste means her grandad's generous fund would not cover the costs of the gowns.
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The bride asked whether it's wrong for her to request more money from her relative.
She claims she's torn between buying the dresses that she's loved for six months or look for something cheaper.
Since she asked the online forum for advice, the post secured 220 upvotes and dozens of comments.
One said: "Buying two dresses for your wedding is dumb, sorry about it."
Another added: "I love that she needed someone to tell her the option is just... paying for it herself."
While a third commented: "Can I say that I don't really understand getting separate dresses when they're really expensive?"
And a fourth slammed: "Seriously though, that dress is not worth that price."
However one Reddit user suggested: "The dress is fine but you could find something identical at Forever 21 or Fashion Nova."
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