This is the hilarious moment when a kid who couldn’t find a napkin during a rehearsal dinner decided to use the bride’s dress to wipe her face instead.
Footage of the amusing scene has been shared Tick tock and captured the adorable two-year-old grabbing a piece of the bride’s white dress while trying to clean her face.
Luckily, the gorgeous bride, who is believed to live in the US, saw the funny side and shared a laugh with her guests at the hilarious moment.
In a follow-up video posted online, the child’s mother explained that on the big day, the child did not attend the actual ceremony and instead stayed with a babysitter.
But several social media users were immediately outraged – explaining that this would encourage them to hold child-free weddings.
The child avoided the napkins laid out on the tables, instead wiping her face on the white smock
The five-second clip was tagged #Bridalfail with the caption, “Don’t recommend serving ketchup with the chicken nuggets and fries at kids’ meals…or just don’t invite kids.”
The TikTok video was viewed 1.6 million times, and one user simply responded, “No kids at my wedding.” Another said, “And that’s exactly why I’m having a child-free wedding.”
A third commented, “I would never speak to the child’s parents again.” While another raged, “I used to not understand when people at their wedding said they didn’t have children, but I think I understand.” it now.”
Another pointed out that there were cutlery napkins lying in the background that the child could have used.
However, others were quick to remind commenters that it was only the evening dress for the rehearsal – and not the wedding dress for the special day.
The woman from the USA wore a beautiful white dress that the child smeared all over her face
Most said the child should have known not to do this, but some blamed the parents for allowing it
“Guys the bride is cool.” “No need to ruin the energy in the comments,” one person pointed out.
“It’s a fun story and a video for the memories.” Baby didn’t get it. You did so well laughing about it!’ wrote another one.
Meanwhile, one person believed to be the bride herself wrote, “If the comments section is more Bridezilla than the actual bride.” Thanks for the concern, but me and my dress loved that *rehearsal dinner* moment .’