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Bride asks guests, including her own family, to write a 250-word essay to receive an invitation to her wedding

Bride asks guests, including her own family, to write a 500-word “ essay ” to get an invitation to her wedding after being forced to drop the list due to COVID-19

  • A bride was slammed after asking guests to “apply” to attend her wedding
  • Her sister said wedding guests were asked to write a 500-word essay
  • The essay had to explain why the guest wanted to attend the event abroad
  • Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the venue asked the bride to delete the guest list
  • The sister refused to answer the question, which upset her parents and the bride
  • Others online offered creative suggestions for the “insane” question

An expectant bride shocked and upset her sister by her ‘insane’ question after asking the guests to formally submit a 500-word essay on why they want to come.

The 27-year-old sister said the wedding had been postponed to February 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic, so the bride had to delete her guest list.

“Her original location has caused her to have fewer guests because they reduce capacity by half,” the sister wrote in an online Reddit thread, adding, “As a result, she is” re-inviting “everyone. asked to respond again. ‘

“To find out who to invite and who to delete, she asks all confirmed guests to submit two 250-word essays for two questions.”

An expectant bride shocked and upset her sister by her 'insane' question after asking guests to formally submit a 500-word essay on why they want to attend (stock image)

An expectant bride shocked and upset her sister by her ‘insane’ question after asking guests to formally submit a 500-word essay on why they want to attend (stock image)

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The two questions were “why do you want to celebrate this day with us?” and “what does attending our wedding mean to you specifically?”

The idea behind the essays is to make it easier for the couple to decide who on the guest list is ‘more excited’ about wanting to attend their special day.

The sister also said that those who do not write the essays at all are “automatically disqualified.”

The sister said she was “offended” by the request and told the bride that she will not be writing an essay on why she should attend her wedding.

But this response did not go well with the bride, who said “to keep things honest” she must submit a written response or she will be “spared no space” in the day.

The 27-year-old sister said the wedding was postponed to February 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic, so the bride was forced to clear her guest list (Reddit post pictured)

The 27-year-old sister said the wedding was postponed to February 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic, so the bride was forced to clear her guest list (Reddit post pictured)

The 27-year-old sister said the wedding had been postponed to February 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic, so the bride was forced to delete her guest list (Reddit post pictured)

“I said ‘fine with me’. Then my parents said that if I don’t show up, I’m going to have big problems with all our family members [I should] just write the essays, ”said the sister.

“I’m already annoyed at the thought of spending thousands and coming home to quarantine, but I won’t tell a 500 words about how this is my choice at all.”

Then she asked the Reddit forum who was wrong in this situation, and many gave creative responses.

“I would certainly send in two essays. The first said over and over again “Mom / Dad said I have to come or I have BIG problems” until you are 250. The second, “I am your brother or sister,” said one person.

‘[Say] “I am your brother and I will be the only one who will attend because you have people writing enrollment essays,” said another, one of them saying, “Or tell your parents if they want you to come to college , they should write the essays for you. ‘

One person joked that she had to repeat the word “very” so that she reached the text limit.

‘I want to come to your wedding very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very ”, they said.

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