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A group of bridesmaids has been slammed on social media for breaking the bride’s dress code on her wedding day.
A video showing the bridesmaids’ prank was posted on TikTok by user @gabyrojas992 earlier this month.
The clip, which has been viewed more than 8.5 million times, shows six bridesmaids in purple dresses — and purple Crocs.
The video is captioned: “When she said no to crocs.”
The bridesmaids show off their shoes in the video before approaching the bride and groom for their photo session.
The clip then cuts to the bride, who looks surprised and disappointed.
Many TikTok viewers jumped in to support the bride and criticized the bridesmaids for their “disrespect.”
One person wrote: “Y’all realize it’s not your wedding.”
Another said: “I WOULD BE SO MAD THEY BETTER OF BROUGHT OTHER SHOES!!!!”
“I would’ve cried, not funny at all,” someone else said.
“I hope y’all brought a change of shoes,” one commenter added. “The disrespect is real… you would not be in my pictures… It is not hard to respect wishes.”
User @gabyrojas992 responded to the criticism in a follow-up video, clarifying that the bridesmaids did, in fact, bring their proper shoes along, too.
“We had heels during the ceremony and showed up to pictures in our crocs,” she captioned the second video, in part.
Part 2 for my loving females… we had heels during the ￼ceremony and showed up to pictures in our crocs 😂😂 #mexicanlife#idaho#weddings
The clip showed a series of wedding photos. The first photo showed the bridesmaids – wearing their Crocs – with the bride, but in the others the bridesmaids are just holding the banned shoes and appear to be wearing sandals instead.
However, other TikTokers weren’t satisfied with the response.
“It doesn’t even matter that you wore heels during the ceremony, those are her pictures,” one user wrote, in part.
Another person said: “Y’all made her pictures so tacky.”
Someone else added: “Girl paid THOUSANDS for photography and y’all couldn’t have saved the joke for the reception?”
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