Being a bridesmaid is an exciting time. You get to wear a dress, find the perfect outfit and it’s an amazing bonding time between yourself and the bride.
This one lady decided she wasn’t one for wearing a dress and decided to show up to her sister’s big day dressed as a T-Rex… as you do.
Deanna Adams was so far from a bridezilla that she allowed her bridesmaids to wear whatever they wanted so they all felt happy and comfortable. How nice is that?
This, however, inspired her younger sister and maid of honour Christina Meador, to turn up in a massive inflatable dinosaur costume…
Christina, from Texas, said it started off as a joke initially but stated Deanna said she was more than happy for her to turn up in whatever she wanted on the day.. so she did.
Christina arrived in Nebraska with her T-Rex costume ready for the wedding and made sure to remind her sister that she allowed her to wear whatever she wanted.
Christina explained that it became a game of ‘chicken’ between the pair. Apparently, Christina thought that Deanna would eventually tell her she couldn’t wear a T-Rex costume and would insist she wore the second option she bought along for the wedding, a normal-non-t-rex dress.
Both never backed down and Deanna was in her gorgeous white dress whilst Christina stuck to her crazy idea and turned up as…a dinosaur.
As soon as the pictures were uploaded to social media the posts went viral!
“A couple of people asked if they could share it, and with my sister’s permission I posted it on my Facebook page and allowed the closed group members to share from there – and then it got way bigger than expected.
“But it’s nice to see that most people get it, and the few who didn’t were at least just showing concern for my sister’s feelings, not knowing her or the situation.”
Deanna was overjoyed about the snaps going viral and was the first to argue with anyone who said Christina did a bad thing.
Deanna replies to a negative response:
“It’s not a joke, it’s a giant middle finger at spending thousands of dollars and putting ungodly amounts of pressure on ourselves just to please a bunch of people who, in the end, only want free food and drinks.
“The point was to get married to the man who treats me like I hung the moon, and we did that part.”