It's a classic He Posted, She Posted.
A guy's post on Reddit complaining about his fiancé's dream wedding dress resulted in the wedding being called off.
The saga begins—like most internet dramas do—with a man kvetching about his partner, a woman who is a decade younger. Because his fiancé Emma has a Reddit account, he made a throwaway profile called "josh8449." He might have been smart enough to change his name, but not smart enough to change hers.
The dude, who claims to be 38, asked, "Am I the a-hole for telling my fiancee [a 27-year-old female] her wedding dress choice is way too extravagant and suggesting alternatives?"
He opens the post by explaining how fiscally responsible he is, especially compared to his betrothed:
We are getting married in July of this year, the venue is booked and the wedding is pretty much sorted. Emma has been researching dresses and has a little scrap book of lots of dresses she likes for ideas but is now looking to buy.