Bridezilla demands her guests take two weeks off work and also spend $5,000 to attend her wedding

A bride-to-be's ridiculous and over demanding save-the-date card was slammed by users online after a guest shared it on social media


                            Bridezilla demands her guests take two weeks off work and also spend $5,000 to attend her wedding

A bridezilla on the loose was slammed on social media after she sent out save the date cards with a long list of ridiculous demands for her guests ahead of her nuptials. The anonymous bride to be urged her friends and family to save up at least $5,000 to make it for her destination wedding. 

The wedding was planned to take place somewhere in Southeast Asia and the list asked guests to take about two weeks off work for the "two to three days for the wedding festivities". One of the guests invited to the wedding took to Facebook to share the invite and described it as "aggressive."

The two-page long document was titled "Things to keep in mind before you say yes" and named three countries as a possible venue.



 

The card read, "The wedding will be held over in an Asian country — Philippines, Thailand or Vietnam. One of the above... Unsure of the venue as of yet. The flights over range from 10 to 13 hours long, usually costing from $500 to $1100 (total departure and return flights). Depends on when you book. You will need at least two weeks off... One week is too short for how long the flights are. Only two to three days for the wedding festivities, but the rest of the time is yours to do and go on whatever adventures you like."

The bride also shared the guests will "need approximately $4,000 to $5,000 or more if you desire". She further continued, "That includes hotels, food, drink, daily adventures, scooter rentals. Just good to have a safe buffer of money. You will not spend all of this... All depends on what kind of holiday you want. It is very cheap over there, your dollar goes a long way. Think all of this over... I know you all will really love it over there."

She added that once the guests have RSVP'd, the couple would search for a venue. "Once we receive everyone's save-the-dates back and know how many people are willing to make the long journey to attend, we will begin finding a venue and send out the invitations with the venue, dates, times of ceremony/reception. As well as all the information we have learned over our trips to make traveling over there easier for everyone," she shared.

This is a representative image. (Source: iStock)
This is a representative image. (Source: iStock)

"Once you have received your invitations, you can proceed with booking flights, holidays from work and so on," she continued. The guests are expected to RSVP for the "late November or early December" wedding by February 28. "We hope to give you at least nine months in advance, so if you want to attend start saving your pennies," the bride added. 

The demanding save-the-date card was trashed online and many called out the bride for her demands. One person commented saying, "Bridezilla is tame for this one. She's more like living in a dream world. Is she marrying herself what does the partner expect? They'll be there on their own." While another user said, "She is a bridezilla on steroids." A third social media user added, "I think this is an invitation to be murdered."