A bride’s wedding day is one of the most exciting days of her life. Women spend months and months planning every little detail to spend a magical day filled with love, happiness, and affection. One of the biggest things a bride usually looks forward to is picking out a wedding dress. Most brides want dresses that make them look like an absolute princess.
But, there’s always one huge problem with those big, beautiful, puffy princess dresses—how do we go to the bathroom? Many brides make their friends, family, or hey—even the groom—come help them hold the dress up while they pee (multiple times because, you know, we all get drunk at our wedding).
Recently, one bride online found a great hack to solve her wedding pee problems.
A woman who identified herself just as Tina came up with the genius idea. Her wedding DJ posted pictures of the altered IKEA bag on Facebook, where they took off because of how useful the hack is.
“Tina” just cut a hole in the bottom of the IKEA bag so that when she needed to use the toilet, she could just gather the dress up and tuck it into the bag as she was raising it.
Look how brilliant!
Of her hack, Tina said:
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 myself.
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.
My bridal bathroom helper hack costs about 0.80 euro and I did it the day before my wedding. It took only 3 minutes. What I like best is it’s almost free and allows me to make my life easier on my wedding day. So here is the hack.
People on Facebook loved the invention.
IKEA really does come through.
Another woman mentioned the hack she used on her wedding day. Acceptable, but we like this one better (hands-free!).
And it turns out I was not alone in my lifting of the dress duties.