The T-Rex maid of honor and the bride who was all for the T-Rex maid of honor!
When Deanna Adams of Nebraska got married, she didn’t want to be one of those deranged brides who examines every little thing that goes into the mouths of her bridesmaids because she doesn’t want them to look fat in the dresses she picked out. So Deanna told her bridal party, including her sister, who was her maid of honor, to wear whatever the hell they wanted. Well, there may not have been a bridezilla at Deanna’s wedding, but there was a damn T-Rex.
Deanna’s sister Christina Meador took the “put whatever you want on your body” dress code to high levels of fuckery by showing up to the August 10 wedding in a Party City T-Rex costume. Christina shared the pics on Facebook of her looking like the star of a no-budget hybrid reboot of Jurassic Park and Maid of Honor, adding this note:
When you’re maid of honor and told you can wear anything you choose…I regret nothing
And here’s another look at Christina giving you bridal party Matthew McConaughey demureness:
Before you call Christina out for being a LOOKATME-a-saurus, she says that Deanna approved her maid of honor look. Christina tells The Daily Mail that Deanna knows she doesn’t really like wearing formal dresses and doesn’t have a lot of money, so Deanna let her choose her own maid of honor ensemble. Christina thought about it and said that if she’s going to spend more than $50 on an outfit, she wants it to be something she’ll wear again, and she’s always wanted a dino costume. Christina texted Deanna about it, and Deanna laughed.
In the months leading up to the big day, Christina went back and forth on what to wear, and eventually bought a $7 dress at a thrift store. But she ended up losing weight, and the dress was too big for her. So Christina got the T-Rex costume and brought it to Nebraska, along with a back-up dress.
Christina told Deanna she got the T-Rex costume, and Deanna was all about it. Christina repeatedly asked Deanna if she was cool with it, and she apparently made it clear that she wanted Christina to wear it. Deanna slapped down one trick on Facebook who said it was tacky and attention whorey for her sister to wear that mess:
In response to one negative comment, Deanna wrote: ‘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.’
She added: ‘My sister is awesome and I genuinely was not kidding when I said she could wear whatever she wanted.’
Slow clap for Christina for being the sister of the year by letting her sister pull that stunt. My sister would never, which sucks for me, because I would love to wear a T-Rex costume as a gay of honor. That way no one would see me nibble on Jordan almonds I stole from the reception before taking a nap during the ceremony.