I recently got married and discovered the best way to pee in a wedding dress – all you need is an Ikea bag

ONE of the most dreaded things for a bride during her wedding is getting the sudden urge to go the bathroom.

It literally takes a village as you might need your bridesmaids' help to lift up the dress – but this bride found the perfect hack to make it easier.

Taking to TikTok, a bride who simply goes by M showed how she managed during her wedding.

As someone filmed, a bridesmaid could be seen crouching in front of the bride while holding an Ikea bag open.

The bag had been cut at the bottom to create an opening that the bride stepped into.

Slowly, they shimmied the bag up along her body until it scooped the bottom of her dress and pushed it up to her waist.

The bride then put her arms through the loops to hold it up and this made it ten times easier to sit down in the bathroom.

The bride herself seemed surprised it had worked.

Many took to the comment section to praise the bride for sharing her life-saving hack.

One woman wrote: "Saving this because I'm getting married in May."

A wedding planner herself added: "I always tell my wedding clients to sit on the toilet facing the wall. Helps keep the dress out of the way."

And a third one commented: "I needed this last week!"

Previously, a couple shared how they were able to save over $30K on their dream wedding and still have an open bar.

Primary school teacher Jasmin, 27, and her firefighter husband, Sam Kingdon, 30, couldn't afford to spend much on their nuptials because they were also busy building their own house from scratch – but they still wanted to have 70 guests at their wedding.

To help keep costs down, Jasmine was forced to get creative and they even found a clever way to run a bar all night for just $5.

One way they saved loads was by deciding to have the reception in Jasmin's parents' garden, and they also grew their own wedding flowers from seed.

Other money-saving hacks included borrowing stacks of tables and chairs from a village hall, using mismatched crockery bought at auctions, and making family help with making the invitations and cake for free.

The average wedding cost $31,974 in 2019, according to wedding website Hitched, so their DIY efforts ahead of their wedding in July 2021 saved them a fortune.

Jasmin said: "We spent around $5,000 on our wedding overall."

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