Wedding planner Mark Niemierko told Newsweek that guests wearing white is a "big no-no," but there are exceptions like Pippa Middleton at her sister's wedding.
One critic online wrote: "if you attended their BBQ and they had zero vegetarian options, you might be a little miffed as well."
"He's being weird about this and you'd think a grown man would put a 9 year old's feelings before himself," wrote one person on the Reddit thread.
A photo of the money piled up has shocked Redditors after a grandfather lived for more than 90 years without ever putting any cash in a financial institution.
A person claimed their mother-in-law "loves to chastise" them over their lack of skills around the house , particularly when it comes to washing.
Her sister wrote on Mumsnet that her sibling has had 16 boyfriends with kids in the past 14 years, and her own children never see their young pals again.
The dad's parents are "conservative" and think he "shouldn't be bathing a kid or changing his diaper" while his wife is away.
He was furious after his wife decided to turn in, telling her it was "rude to just take yourself off to bed."
The vegetarian couple will not be serving meat despite the bride's mom noting they would "expect a vegetarian option at someone else's wedding."
"There's a reason this family didn't want to clean it out themselves," one person wrote. "You took it on and now you get to enjoy the treasures you found."
The bride's mother said it would be "chaotic just waiting for the bathroom in the morning with 11 people in the house!"
The mom-of-three is keen for her kids to go without additional gifts this Christmas but her husband thinks it's "rude."
One viewer felt the toddler, named Aiden, "took all he could" with another concluding: "he's been watching too much WWE."
The woman was furious after her mother-in-law "decided to take it upon herself" to change her grandson's diaper.
His dad told him that while he may have a "well-paying job" other things in his life were in dire need of attention—like his daughter.
She said things were "uncomfortable" between her and her husband's 15-year-old son—until she decided to stop trying to "parent" him.
One viewer loved the way "he lit up when she spoke," with another writing: "The way he hugged you back was precious."
She revealed her sister-in-law even got her name wrong on their wedding day, prompting a "sharp intake of breath" among their guests.
Uncle Tommy was almost as angry with his niece as he was with her date, telling her: "You should have got up and walked out!"
A combination of a striking headline and the bittersweet story behind it helped a Reddit post go viral in a big way.
She had warned her not to invite the young child, who "literally started screaming" during the vows.
The man argued he can do "whatever he wants in his own home" and insisted "feeding him isn't our responsibility."
According to the teen sister, "the dress got a ton of stains all over it and a few tears in the fabric" and now someone has to pay to fix it.
One of the most shocking admissions came from a woman who wrote: "I talked my ex-husband into a vasectomy before I left him."
The 18-year-old told his relative: "I want to go to London with my girlfriend… so let me know when you are not there."
She said she snapped after they tried to suggest she was "too career focused" and needed to spend more time with the kids.
The teenager's grandmother accused the parents of being "lazy" and stealing "'the carefree years of his childhood."
The new mom, who has postpartum depression, was criticized for making her husband look after their baby.
She erupted in front of his parents after her boyfriend, who is unemployed, complained about looking after her dog.
His girlfriend was "amazed at the size of the rock" in the family heirloom, "but didn't like the ring."