Bridal sweat suits

I’ve been to three weddings where in the last hour of the reception the bride takes off her white dress and puts on a white sweat suit. The suit has some sort of wedding related message written in sequins on her butt like “just married.” In my experience, the groom also slips into something more comfortable; tuxedo pants and a wife beater tee shirt.

The only way you could be trashier is if you were eight and a half months pregnant and marrying Kevin Federline.

Ok seriously, this could be the trashiest thing I’ve ever seen at a Long Island wedding: Bedazzled Bridal Sweatsuits.

I’ve been to three weddings where in the last hour of the reception the bride takes off her white dress and puts on a white sweat suit. The suit has some sort of wedding related message written in sequins on her butt like “just married.” In my experience, the groom also slips into something more comfortable; tuxedo pants and a proverbial “wife beater” tee shirt.

Taking off your wedding dress while your guests are still in formal wear is the trashiest thing I’ve seen at a wedding.

It’s like the dirty brides of Long Island have found a creative new way to say “I have rashes in places you can’t see.”

You have to wear a sweat suit to your wedding while your groom is wearing wife beater tee shirt? What’s the matter? Couldn’t you just invite the cast of “Double Shot At Love”?

Pamela Anderson wore a hoodie to one of her weddings to Kid Rock. Pam Anderson also has Hepatitis C.

First your wedding dress is a four thousand dollar dress you wear for only one day in your life. By wearing it for nine hours instead of ten you are reducing ten percent of its usefulness.

Second: All of the brides I’ve seen do this were pregnant. Ladies keep your dress on. Not keeping your dress on is how we got into this mess in the first place.

The wedding dress should not be taken off until it is on the floor of the hotel’s bridal suite!

Is this just a Long Island and a Jersey thing? Leave your comments.

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