Bridesmaid Dresses As Dinosaur For Sister's Wedding

Taran Underwood

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Yahoo Lifestyle

A relationship between sisters can be dangerous at times. Think about it, girls can be the nastiest and meanest species on the planet but you filter your behavior as much as you can with friends because you stand the chance to lose them. Sisters, on the other hand, are biologically programmed to love each other no matter what. So, when they fight or try to test each other... the claws come out.

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Choosing the colors and the outfits for your retinue is always a tiring and chaotic process. A stressed-out bride can spend months just deciding the right color or style for her bridesmaids. The main goal at the end of the day is to have your dream wedding where everything goes smoothly. However, you do get some more 'laidback' brides who are not as phased over those kinds of details. Deanna Adams told her brides they could wear whatever they wanted. She wanted her friends to feel comfortable and enjoy her special day with her.

She would soon regret that statement when her sister, Christina Meador, decided to take it one step too far. Christina was the maid of honor and figured it would be totally appropriate to arrive at her sister's wedding, dressed as a dinosaur.

Christina, 38, told Daily Mail that this actually started as a joke and that her sister knew this was the outfit she chose. Apparently, after Deanna told her bridesmaids that they could wear whatever they wanted, Christina decided to see how far she could push it. She made remarks to her sister day after day about how she planned on splurging on a blow-up dinosaur outfit.

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The big day grew closer and Christina arrived in Nebraska, with her T-rex costume in her bag. She reminded the bride-to-be about her plans and that she had no intention of letting this costume go to waste.

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It seemed to grow into a game of 'chicken' between the sisters. Christina was assuming Deanna would eventually tell her she couldn't dress as a T-Rex and would eventually make Christina wear something more appropriate. She kind of expected it to happen this way, so she packed something more appropriate as a second option.

Neither Christina or Deanna backed down and one sister was in a wedding dress while the other looked like a dinosaur.

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Christina posted videos and pictures of the big day and of course, they went totally 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," Christina said.

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You may be surprised to learn that Deanna was actually happy to see the footage going viral. Like most sisters, she was quick to shoot down anyone who accused Christina of acting badly. A couple of the comments on the images were negative and 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."