Photo: the group “That’s It, I’m Shaming Wedding” in Facebook
Wearer Facebook group That’s It, I’m Wedding Shaming (“I mock weddings”), in which mock wedding things, criticized the outfits of anonymous friends of the bride. Photo and comments by subscribers appeared on the community page.
Group wedding photo bride kissing a groom, and on either side of them are the guests. All men dressed like boy scouts, and all women, except the bride, in blue long skirt in a bold print of sunflowers. In the hands of the bride the bouquet of sunflowers.
The user community began to blame the bride’s bad taste. “I’m sure my grandmother on the kitchen table is exactly the same tablecloth with sunflowers” — quipped one of them. “Why are they all turned away from the newlyweds? In this picture the most awful,” said another. “What a great idea. Now the couple will be able to use these skirts as tablecloths,” joked a third.
In August, the network has shamed bridesmaids, which, in the opinion of the users was trying to divert guests ‘ attention from the bride with too deep neckline. Posing the photo that appears in social networks, the young woman bent so her bust was visible even better.
Video, photo All from Russia.