Bride Taps Social Media to Hunt Wallet Stolen From Bridal Suite on Wedding Day

Someone racked up a $1,400 bill on her credit cards, she says.

— -- A bride’s wedding day is supposed to be the happiest day of her life -- not the day she gets her wallet stolen.

Michelle Wilcox Tietz was saying her "I do’s" at the Pala Mesa Resort in San Diego County June 7 when someone allegedly stole her purse from the bridal suite, according to the San Diego County Sheriff's Department.

“Somebody, between the time I left the bridal suite and walked up the stairs to the ceremony, had not only gone into the bridal suite and stole my wallet but began charging on [a credit card],” she told ABC affiliate KGTV.

“What type of person [lies] in wait to steal a bride’s wallet while she’s getting married? I feel disheartened and sickened,” she added.

She posted surveillance images, which she said she obtained from The San Diego County Sheriff’s Department, in an attempt to generate tips about a woman who may have used her cards.

"This woman is using my credit card the day it was stolen from the bridal suite while I was at the ceremony getting married," she wrote on Facebook. "Does anyone [recognize] this person? Please share."