The bride is enraged as her mother-in-law shows up for the wedding in a WHITE gown.
The bride is always the center of attention at a wedding, dressed in a stunning floor-length white gown. On that important day, they are only allowed to wear white. Nobody, least of all the bride’s own mother-in-law, wants to steal their thunder.
Amy Pennza’s story stood out when Jimmy Fallon requested his more than 51 million Twitter followers to contribute their #WeddingFail stories, just like Pennza’s mother-in-law did on her wedding day.
Pennza stated, “My mother-in-law donned a bridal gown to my wedding. So, sure, Twitter, beat that one.” The author from Ohio submitted a photo of herself and the groom’s mother dressed in floor-length white dresses as proof.
Amy’s message went viral after Jimmy Fallon, a US TV presenter, urged his 51 million Twitter followers to share their wedding disasters.
Many people were amused by the story of wedding day twinning, but Amy said that there was more to it than meets the eye, and that the mother-in-law (MIL) wasn’t nasty, but economical.
Pennza responded to her tweet with a thread stating that there was no physical altercation between her and her mother-in-law and that the wedding went on as planned. Terri Pennza, her mother-in-law, had no malicious intentions, she maintained, and is an all-around nice person who was only looking for a cheap outfit.
When you’re born into a family with nothing, it sticks with you,’ Amy explained. ‘I believe forever. No matter how much money you make, there’s always that nagging concern that someone will take it all away from you.’
Amy explained that her mother-in-law grew up in poverty and was accustomed to purchasing items only when they were on sale, so when she spotted the white garment, she said nothing.
Even yet, it was Amy’s wedding day, and she was still surprised.
Pennza handled the matter well in the end, but her sister and college roommate were concerned about what may happen.
Pennza says she understands why people are still perplexed over Terri’s decision to wear a bridal gown despite her explanation, but they still don’t know what she was thinking.
Despite the fact that Pennza and Terri have a nice connection, Pennza revealed that her mother-in-law recently messaged her to apologize again after the tweet went public.
Pennza added, “It’s become a part of the story of her life and just things she does.” “I honestly want everyone to know what a wonderful person she is.”
Pennza and her husband, Rich, are still married. They’ve been together for almost a decade.