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Groom asks if he was wrong to 'steal the spotlight' by serenading bride at wedding.

Groom asks if he was wrong to 'steal the spotlight' by serenading bride at wedding.

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Imagine on your wedding day, the love of your life looks deep into your eyes and surprises you by singing a song that has a special meaning to the two of you. Now imagine you're pissed off.

If that scenario doesn't make any sense to you, you now know how Reddit user u/Aintnosunshinehear feels. He serenaded his bride with a beautiful song that everyone loved... except the bride.

Now, he's asking the internet, "AITA (Am I the As*hole) for singing a song to my wife at our wedding and making her angry?"

He writes:

I just got married last week (my wife and I are both in our thirties). I am Mexican, and she is American, but we both grew up in the US and both our families know both languages.

My wife planned every bit of the wedding and was a very controlling and nervous bride, but alright, I get that she was stressed.

During the reception, I went to the band and asked them to play a song for me to sing to my new wife. It was "Te Amare" by Miguel Bose. It was the song from out first date in a really bad Mexican restaurant, so it became a long-standing joke between us.

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