This Bridezilla Takes The Cake

Bride-to-be introduces weight-based dress code to guests

There’s nothing wrong with wanting everything to go right on your big day.

Personally, I don’t mind when a bride makes the odd request, before their wedding.

But one bride to be has taken it too far, and it’s hilarious.

Special thanks goes to the ‘friend’ who took the screenshot of the demands from a ‘secret’ Facebook post, you’ve made my day.

Starting the post off with ‘Hey everyone! Who’s ready for Hawaii 2019? Things were looking pretty normal, but they soon took an interesting turn.

'The dress code is very specific because it will be used to create an incredible visual effect,' the future bride wrote.

'If done right, it will make our synchronised dancing along the beach really pop.'

Uh oh, synchronised dancing!

But wait, it gets better.

Women under 71kg are expected to wear a green velvet sweater, orange suede pants and a Burberry scarf, while those over 72kg have to wear pants, jumpers and shoes that are entirely black.

Men who are 90kg and under need to go out and buy a purple fuzzy jacket, a soda hat, all white trainers and plain glow sticks for the occasion.

Men that weigh more than this have been asked to dress in all camouflage apart from black sneakers.

THIS. IS. SO. GOOD!

I don’t know about you, but I would have declined this invite as soon as synchronised dancing was mentioned.

And the dress code demands would have only confirmed my decision.

Surely only a small amount of people were still keen to go to this wedding after reading the above.

And surely that small amount of people would have become even smaller when they read the final demand.

‘All jokes aside, we want you to invest in an outfit valued at at least $1000’

‘You have a year and a half to get working, no excuses! Mwah.’

$1000 on an outfit!

I purchased a new suit for $400 9 years ago and it’s served me just fine.

It will be interesting to see if this Bridezilla will be willing to compromise when only 4 out of the one hundred and twenty, she invited, agree to come.

Watch this space.

This is also not the Bridezilla.