‘It looks like she wants to marry her son’ – Groom’s mother branded ‘creepy’ for wearing identical dress to the bride


A mother-in-law was criticized for humiliating her son’s new wife by wearing an identical wedding dress to hers at their nuptials.

The unnamed mother, believed to be from South America, could be seen proudly wearing the bridal gown on the arm of her son as they posed for photos, while the bride stood awkwardly at his other side.

The cringe-worthy moment was captured in a wedding picture which has resurfaced on the That’s It, I’m Wedding Shaming (Non Ban happy) Facebook group.

Horrified wedding enthusiasts vilified the mother-in-law for wearing same gown, saying it looked like she wanted to marry her own son.

In the wedding picture, which was shared in a local newspaper before making it online, the bride and her mother-in-law each stand on one side of the groom, holding his arm.

The bride, standing on the left, picked a bustier gown cinched with a gem-encrusted belt. She paired the dress with drop earrings and a veil.

To the right of the groom, the mother-in-law, who is all smiles, wears an identical dress with bigger earrings and no veil.

The mother-of-the-bride, who is standing to the left of the picture, is wearing a blue gown and looks displeased at the situation.

People said they thought the celebration was a double-wedding due to the mother-in-law's attire. Others said they would have smeared red wine on her dressPeople said the mother-in-law's actions were disrespectful and that the mother-of-the-groom must have really hated the bride

Meanwhile, the oblivious groom beams at the center of the picture.

‘This was on a local newspaper where the rich like to brag about their expensive parties . The newspaper printed the names, and then someone put the caption “when your MIL hates you”,’ revealed the woman who shared it to the wedding shaming group.

People slammed the mother-in-law, saying they would have thrown her out of their own wedding if she had pulled a similar stunt.

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