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OffbeatA woman showed up to her sister's wedding in a dinosaur suit after she was told she could wear 'anything'

18:49  05 september  2019
18:49  05 september  2019 Source:   msn.com

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A woman showed up to her sister's wedding in a dinosaur suit after she was told she could wear 'anything'© Christina Meador/Facebook When wedding season rolls around, some couples take formal dress codes pretty seriously on their big day. But that wasn't the case for Deanna and Joby Adams of Omaha, Nebraska.

When she got engaged last year, Deanna, a legal administrative specialist, asked her younger sister, Christina, to be her maid of honor.

She also told her younger sibling that she could wear "anything" she wanted to the wedding. As younger sisters tend to do, Meador pushed the limits of "anything." In a screenshot of their conversation recently shared to Facebook, Meador asked Deanna if she could wear a dinosaur suit to the wedding. Deanna said yes.

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Joby, a 34-year-old US Army sergeant, told Insider that the following year was a "big game of chicken" to see if either sister would back down on their dinosaur-costume-related claims.

And then came August 10, the day of the wedding. Joby described it as a "typical wedding day," the small ceremony held in their backyard to a crowd of between of about 50 to 60 people.

"The music starts playing and then out comes Christina in the dino suit," he said.

The crowd went wild - laughing, smiling, cheering, Joby said. The outfit has been massively popular online, too. The story took off after Medaor posted a photo to Facebook and gave an interview to the Daily Mail. Meador declined to be interviewed for this story.

And while the guests were surprised, the whole wedding party was in on Meador's plan - including the bride and groom.

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A woman showed up to her sister's wedding in a dinosaur suit after she was told she could wear 'anything'
"A lot of people are saying that it takes attention away from the bride and the groom, but we didn't mind at all," Joby said. "We loved it."

Joby explained that Meador "almost chickened out" before the wedding, but her sister encouraged her to wear the costume.

And after the pictures were snapped and the "I do's" were exchanged, it was time for the reception - and an outfit change for Meador. Joby said that it was over 90 degrees Fahrenheit and humid in Nebraska that day. Perhaps it was the wrong day for a dino suit after all.

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