While, in theory, weddings are fun parties to celebrate love with family, friends, champagne, and flowers, they can turn into dramatic disasters very quickly. The planning of events, family roles, clashing of in-laws or bridesmaids, and the financial cost of the whole affair can tear families (and couples) apart. If a bride has a specific vision and too many things go wrong, she might lose sense of who she is and sacrifice her friendships for the right shade of lavender frosting on the cake.
For all wedding-related drama, the underbelly of the internet known as Reddit provides us with a great moral compass for brides wondering if they've perhaps found themselves approaching bridezilla territory. So, when a bride asked Reddit's "AITA: Am I the As*hole?" if she was wrong to ask her uncle to walk her down the aisle instead of her father because he's in a wheelchair, people were quick to help (and judge) her.