Police in South Carolina say a Richland County man ended up in the hospital last week after being stabbed by his fiancée for disagreeing with her choice of wedding colors.
Richland County sheriff's deputies were called to the couple's Twin Pond Road on Christmas Day and found the unnamed victim bleeding from an upper body stab wound.
According to Sgt. Curtis Wilson, an argument over wedding color schemes had quickly escalated and the victim attempted to leave the residence.
As he was on his way out, the man's fiancée, 34-year-old Krysta James, reportedly lunged at him with a knife and stabbed him.
He was transported to a nearby hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
James was subsequently arrested and booked on a charged of criminal domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature.
She remained in jail until last Friday, when she was released after posting a $10,000 bond.