A newlywed who posed for bridal photos in her immaculately organised pantry has been forced to defend herself after being viciously trolled on social media.
One of the shots captured the children’s nurse in her pristine pantry, where shelves stacked with neatly labelled containers of pasta and cereal provided the backdrop for a fun-filled shoot arranged by her sister-in-law, Sarah.
While the photos were intended as a joke, Ms Rinaldo was hit with a barrage of criticism after uploading them to a household organisation group on Facebook.
After returning from her honeymoon, newlywed Liana Rinaldo (pictured) slipped back into her wedding dress to take lighthearted photos at her home in Adelaide, SA
‘We did the photoshoot as a bit of fun, a bit of a laugh. But unfortunately not everyone has shared the humour,’ Ms Rinaldo told Daily Mail Australia.
She said she received body shaming comments such as ‘that’s a lot of carbs, do you eat any of it?’ and accusations that she does little more than cooking for her husband.
Ms Rinaldo – who shares interior decorating and design tips on her Instagram account, ‘From House to Home‘ – called the remarks ‘absolutely disgusting’.
‘Luckily I don’t let the trolls get to me but saying this to the wrong person could really affect them,’ she said.
‘Don’t like something, scroll past. Or maybe don’t join an organising group, you know?’
Comments slamming Ms Rinaldo’s weight and relationship have since been removed by the group administrator, who called on members to ‘scroll past’ if they have nothing positive to say.
One of the shots (pictured) captured the children’s nurse in her pristine pantry, where shelves stacked with neatly labelled containers of pasta and cereal provided the backdrop
Dozens rushed to her defence, urging Ms Rinaldo to ignore the hate.
‘It’s after her wedding. She just loves her wedding dress and put it on a few days after she got married… I would too, the dress is stunning, she absolutely glows and the pantry is beautiful,’ one woman replied.
‘I’m not sure which is more beautiful, the dress or the pantry,’ said a second.
A third added: ‘Beautiful, very funny and original also. I hope you enjoyed your big day.’