A Man on Reddit Is Holding His Sister’s Wedding Dress Hostage & the Internet Is Actually on His Side

Anyone who has ever seen an episode of Say Yes To The Dress knows just how many family fights can come from shopping for a wedding dress. And a recent post on the AITA subreddit just might take the dress drama cake.

One man explained to the internet that when his sister got engaged last year, she asked his 17-year-old son to make her wedding dress.

“My son has always loved design and fashion, he took technical courses in these areas and sewing, and even his friends keep asking for his clothes because they are so beautiful,” the man said in his original post.

He said that at first his sister was “very annoying” about the whole process.

Eek! OK, but brides are allowed to have feelings about their dress, and his son said at the onset that “he would need her opinion constantly.” His son drew about 50 dress designs in a month. Which is like … really impressive. I’ve had an adult coloring book for four years, and I’ve only colored three pages.

After the bride picked a design, her nephew made it with “great quality fabric” which the OP paid for since he “wanted to get involved.”

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