DJ Sweeby from Belgium shared a photo of a bride in the bathroom on Facebook. The woman used a 50p Ikea bag to protect her dress while she sat on the toilet seat.
Your wedding day is one of the most auspicious days of your life, a moment to treasure and recollect until the end of time. Yet, it can likewise be a truly distressing one as well! With long periods of careful planning going into the ceremony, you need everything to go perfectly!
So you take care of each potential issue that could possibly arise. In any case, have you ever considered, how you will go to the can in that colossal wedding dress? With the champagne streaming, there are bound to be frequent pee breaks, and it's not really sensible to get dressed and undressed each time!
What's more, with wedding season booming, ladies everywhere are discovering methods for the highly-annoying issue of relieving themselves while wearing an incredibly costly, often exceedingly voluminous wedding outfit. It's standard for bridesmaids to make a beeline for the loo with the lady of the hour to lift their dress up high to dodge any debacles, yet it would appear that there may be a clever new hack hitting the wedding scene, all thanks to our highly-loved Ikea.
Enter this British lady, just distinguished as Tina. She truly has thought of everything and unraveled this specific issue with our old companion the IKEA bag. Her wedding DJ posted the photos of her virtuoso hack via social media, and it almost instantly became a web sensation!
Stunning, Ikea bags truly do everything. You can utilize them for, well, actual Ikea shopping, for goods, as an alternative stockpiling gadget for when you're moving house. You can transform them into shoes, chokers, thongs, and caps. What's more, presently, they make the ideal instrument for any bride-to-be frantically endeavoring to pee without getting any on her extravagant wedding dress.
Cutting a gap in the base of the famous bag, Tina accumulated the folds of the dress and lifted the sack up, putting the ties over her shoulders. Thankfully, now the extravagant, 'mermaid-style' wedding dress is all in all a safe bet, and won't get sullied by a messy restroom floor!
"Well, I got married a few weeks ago (in a mermaid wedding dress) and I was really worried about going to the bathroom and not being able to … handle me," Tina stated. "Someone helping or watching me going to the bathroom on my wedding day? Not being able to have free hands to use the toilet paper? Or even worse if my period decides to show? NO WAY! Some stuff like this bridal bathroom helper exists but are expensive just because it is wedding related."
Naturally, a surge of reactions to the post commended the lady's creativity and said now there was no requirement for bridesmaids to help with their dress on the big day. One individual who tagged their companion in the comment section of the post praised the invention as the best wedding advice they'd seen!