Reasons why this mother-in-law wore a bridal gown to her son's wedding ceremony
What would you do if your mother-in-law rocked up at your wedding in a bridal gown?
In a series of tweets #WeddingFail, Amy Pennza, from Kirtland, Ohio, expressed the shock she got when here mother-in-law walking in during her wedding in a white bridal gown.
The tweet got social media follows asking for the story behind the dress, and after a few days, Amy explains in a thread how her frugal her mother-in-law is.
Here's the thing: My mother-in-law is extremely frugal. And I don't mean she just enjoys a good bargain. To understand her, you have to know where she comes from.— Amy Pennza (@AmyPennza) June 20, 2019
So, yeah, the wedding dress was a shock. But it gave me a pretty funny memory. No one who attended has ever forgotten it. And, you have to admit, weddings can be forgettable.— Amy Pennza (@AmyPennza) June 20, 2019
Sure, she wore a wedding dress to my wedding. But she has more than made up for it since. When I told her about this getting a lot of attention, and said I worried it might hurt her feelings, she waved it off. "Whatever makes me famous."— Amy Pennza (@AmyPennza) June 20, 2019
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