The woman took to Facebook to complain when she received a wedding invitation that stated that nobody was allowed to bring a plus one and everyone had to bring their own alcohol
A couple have been widely mocked after giving their wedding guests a long list of outrageous demands ahead of their big day.
In order to attend the wedding, their nearest and dearest had to agree to a number of conditions – including a dress code, a no plus one rule and agreeing to bring their own booze.
While every couple wants their day to go smoothly, one of the guests said enough was enough when she noticed she would have to sign a waiver.
The woman took to the ‘That’s It, I’m Wedding Shaming’ group on Facebook to hit out at the demanding couple, writing: “If you have to make your guests sign a waiver, just elope.”
The invitation stated that the wedding was to be held at an outdoor venue at 5pm with a reception to follow, so guests should dress appropriately.
It also said that no children or plus ones were allowed, and that only those invited personally by the couple should attend.
As a result of the coronavirus pandemic guests were also advised to stay six feet away from one another and wear face coverings if they so wish.
But what stunned the woman the most, was that guests were asked to supply their own alcohol and were required to sign a waiver.
However, after doing a little digging it turned out that the waiver was completely unnecessary reported news.com.au.
After finding the address on Google Earth, she discovered that it could be someone’s property rather than a licensed venue.
Since being posted, guests were quick to share their distaste at the couple’s strict rules – specifically having to bring their own alcohol.
One person wrote: “Bring your own beer AND you might die? Best wedding ever!”
Another added: “If you’re asking me to die at least pay for the alcohol you cheap hillbilly.”
A few other people questioned whether the bride even wanted people to attend her wedding, with one saying they probably wouldn’t even go even if there wasn’t a pandemic.