There are taboos everyone knows to avoid during weddings like not wearing white to a wedding, the bride getting what she wants, and no knives as wedding gifts. On a popular Reddit thread on the Am I the A**hole Subreddit, one woman pushes a common taboo to the edge.
AITA for telling my wife she can't wear her wedding dress to my cousin's wedding and that she doesn't have to attend if she does
My wife Amy and I got married a few months ago. My cousin Sam is getting married early next year to his fiancee Jane. Amy and Jane don't get along too well, they're fine at family events and stuff, but they don't run in the same circles otherwise. Amy mentioned before that Jane is too shy and doesn't want to be part of their group.
Amy saw what Jane's dress looked like from another cousin. I haven't seen it, but it's custom-made, white and gold, and she thinks it's too much. The issue now is that Amy's come up with the idea to wear her wedding dress to Sam and Jane's wedding.