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Maid of Honor asks if she was right to tell bride's mother to change out of white dress.

Maid of Honor asks if she was right to tell bride's mother to change out of white dress.

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There are a few universally agree-upon codes of conduct for weddings, and one of them is to definitely never wear white...

Stealing the spotlight away from the bride in any form whether that's trying to make a speech that's all about you, proposing to your partner, or making any other big life announcement is definitely never a good idea. However, the oldest law in the book is that you definitely shouldn't wear white. Unless, of course, you're attending one of those weddings where every guest is asked to wear white...

While most families serve as a fun support system on the big wedding day, sometimes tension tends to arise between the bride and her mother, or even worse, her mother-in-law. When a war is about to boil over, that's when the maid-of-honor is expected to jump in. A maid-of-honor is required to be an enthusiastic yet hardcore unpaid intern from the second their best friend gets engagement to the minute the wedding is over. The maid-of-honor doesn't tolerate any nonsense that would ever result in bridezilla behavior, and that includes the bride's mother showing up the wedding in a white dress. This is not your day, mom. Back off!

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