Guests are invited to share in the couples joy, not publicly rip them to shreds over the details of their big day. Which is exactly why popular Singaporean make-up blogger Juli Bun Bun became known as the Worst Wedding Guest Ever in the media this week after she attended a wedding with her husband and live-blogged passing judgement all-day long on everything from the brides dress to the food. The blogger has since removed the scathing wedding review after being criticized from all corners of the web, but that doesnt mean there isnt still a valuable lesson to be learned from her mistake. Yes, there will inevitably be things about a wedding that displease some of the guestsnasty food, a majorly delayed start time or a cash barbut polite people keep those petty thoughts to themself. And, if one should find themselves irritated by little details like, say, maybe choice of song, dress or venue, its time for a reality check. Youre being a jerk and forgetting the most important thing: Its their day, not yours. Deal with it. BEWARE: 20 Ways to Ruin Your Friends Wedding Now that over-sharing is commonplace on social media, people have an opinion about every single litle moment in life, and theyre usually overwhelmingly mean thoughts, not positive one. When it comes to certain events in another persons life, your opinion (good, bad or otherwise!) really doesnt matter. Weddings top that list and these six aspects of a couples big day should absolutely never be criticized or mocked.
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