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Just don't forget to un-cinch it after going. You know, if you've had a few drinks. (PHOTO: Facebook/Bridal Buddy)

How to prevent peeing on your wedding dress

Prior to their wedding, brides have a lot of questions, like "should we have an open bar?" and "Can I seat Uncle Dougie at the kids' table?" and, above all else, "How am I going to pee wearing that dress?"

We don't have any answers for the first two questions – although we're tempted to say "hell to the yes" to the open bar – but we did recently find something that can solve the peeing problemo.

It's called the "Bridal Buddy" and it fits under your wedding dress like a slip. When you need to go, you gather your dress in front of you, pull the Bridal Buddy from underneath over the bunched dress, "bag it" and put your arms through the arm holes. (We're sure you know what to do next.)

Special perk: the arm holes are trimmed in blue, so there's your "something blue."

You can grab one of these on Amazon for $59.99, or inventive brides-to-be could probably fashion something similar. In any case, wearing one spares you from bringing a human buddy – or the entire bridal party – into the bathroom to assist you.

After all, no bride wants a drop of dribble on her dress. Amirite?


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