A bride is being slammed online for its two pages long save-the-date.
A bride is being slammed online for its “aggressive” and long save-the-date.
The unidentified woman, two-page announcement was shared on Facebook, where people couldn’t help but comment on the bizarre list of requirements, with the title “Things To Keep In Mind Before You Say Yes,” News.com.au reports.
While the bride notes that they have not yet chosen a location, they know that it will be held “in an Asian country, maybe the Philippines, Thailand or Vietnam.
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“You must be at least two weeks…one week is [also] recently, for how long the flights are,” the announcement reads.
“You need about $4,000 of $5,000 or more if you want it; that includes hotels, food, drink, daily adventures, scooter rental. Just good to have a safe buffer of money. You will not have the whole…it all depends on what kind of vacation you want.”
The woman notes that the attendees should “think that this is a” before RSVPing, but that they “really love.”
“As soon as we receive everyone save-the-dates back and know how much people are willing to make the long journey to go, then we will begin with finding a location and send the invitations,” she wrote.
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“We hope you’re at least 9 months in advance, so if you want to attend, start saving your pennies!”
Commenters suggested that the couple might not even need a location if it is possible no one will even bother to see.
“These people really do not want someone on their wedding,” someone wrote.
“I think this is an invitation to be killed,” another person said.
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This is definitely not the first time that a bride demanding wedding requirements have gone viral, and it will probably not be the last.
In December 2018, a ‘bridezilla” was mocked for its demanding dress code, dictating weight-based clothing specifications and requirements of the guests drop $1,000 on their outfits on her destination wedding.