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Planning the perfect wedding ceremony can be extremely stressful. From making sure the happy couple are content, to planning for all the guests and choosing the right decor and theme - there are a lot of details to ensure the day becomes a fond memory for all those involved.
One bride sent a list of rules via her wedding coordinator to her wedding guests ahead of the big day and it has erupted a heated discussion on Reddit.
While some of the rules are perfectly understandable, such as asking guests to arrive 15-30 minutes early, others have caused quite a stir. One rule instructs everyone to avoid speaking to the bride; hairstyles are limited to a “basic bob or ponytail” and all guests must pay an entrance fee of $75 (£54.15).
Rules and regulations:
Reddit users flocked to the comments section, with many people writing jokes about the outlandish costumes they would wear to break the strict rules.
"I’d wear a dress made of raw meat," wrote on Reddit user referencing Lady Gaga's infamous meaty MTV VMA ensemble.
One user pointed out the strict rules about the bride's desired hairstyle for all the guests means the men in attendance will have to have a makeover. "I do hope everyone with short hair, especially the men, are able to get extensions so they can fashion their hair into a simple ponytail or bun. They make clip on one's, right?," they quipped.
However another person said: "Terms and conditions would be better than rules and regulations."
And someone else responded: "i think they meant no exceptions, i cannot believe this is a professional."
While a third person wrote: "A good bride would be going around thanking her guests for coming and sharing in their day, that's just good etiquette. This bride seems to think she's entitled to everyone attending as if she's doing them a favor instead of the other way around."
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