A white, lace, flowing full-length ball-gown type dress with a V-shaped neckline was ordered by Meaghan, 23, but what really came was a poorly-made, ill-fitting dress that rode up her body as she tried to try it on.
For any time in the past, plenty of us has fallen victim to the risks of internet shopping, with the object appearing and looking vastly different from how it was portrayed.
Luckily, Meaghan, who's scheduled to marry fiancé Keith, seemed to see the funny side of the entire thing.
She said: "I was blown away by what I received. It looked nothing like the photo when I ordered it.
"I was pretty heartbroken, but I couldn't help but laugh."
Meaghan, from Stratford, Canada's Prince Edward Island, has since approached the private provider to request a refund and was originally refused one.
Luckily for Meaghan, though, the vendor then turned around and has since handed her dosh over. She would potentially bring it in another shirt.
"I did ask for my money back," she said.
"But they had told me I needed the original packaging and the box it had come in, which I didn't keep."
"I then proceeded to tell them that this ruined my wedding as I was expecting the dress in the photo."
"And they finally returned my money."
"We hope to get married once the Covid restrictions are lifted - next summer is our plan."
Sharing her unfortunate shopping experience online and comparison shots online, Meaghan wrote: "On another episode of what we ordered and what we actually got. My face tells exactly how I'm feeling.
"Show me your online fails."
Meaghan is happy the post managed to put a smile on people's faces, adding: "It was too funny not to post."
"I'm sure a lot of people will get a kick out of it."
"I'm glad it made everyone else's day just like it did mine."
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