Although I fancy myself a pretty chill bride-to-be, I do understand the crazy thoughts that pop in your head when planning a wedding. What if there's a tsunami in the New York harbor? What if the restaurant runs out of booze? (Etc.)
But no amount of crazy compares to the thread I saw on a bridal message board (which shall remain nameless), on which a future bride explains that her insanely enormous dress takes 20 minutes to get in and out of, and the oh-so-helpful bridal shop manager suggested she wear bridal diapers so she doesn't have to worry about going to the bathroom.
Um…bridal diapers? WTF?! After a quick Google search I found out that it's not a joke. Some bridal shops do in fact sell bridal diapers, which to me sounds like they're probably just taking a box of Depends and jacking up the price (typical wedding maneuver!).
I could say how I feel about this, but I think this response on the message board about sums it up: "Oh my god, if you actually had to use it, how awful would that feel to be walking around in a wet, heavy diaper? Please don't do this."