Bride confuses loved ones by sending a two-page letter as a wedding invitation – a ban on guests wearing pink and alerting people to the reception because they only serve cookies
- Facebook users were confused by an invitation that was uploaded to the group that was embarrassed before the wedding
- Highly detailed wedding invitation & # 39; memo & # 39; shared online by the guest's friend
- Bride-to-be claims that guests do not have & # 39; champagne color or pink & # 39; may wear
- Also has four types of cookies and two types of milk served at the reception
A bride has stunned the internet with her highly detailed wedding invitation – which even describes the four types of cookies she will serve at the reception.
The invitation, which is posted in the That's it, I'm Wedding Shaming Facebook group, starts with the woman, who thinks she is American, and says she is sorry she & # 39; for so long & # 39; has sent the details.
But after she has explained all the details about her upcoming wedding, she launches a bizarre detailed two-page letter, and even reveals that the ceremony will be filmed for a & # 39; Facebook live & # 39; – for those who cannot be present.
Before signing off, the woman describes her wedding dress as & # 39; blush pink with pink gold details & # 39 ;, and warns that guests do not have & # 39; champagne color or pink of any kind & # 39; may wear to the ceremony.
An expectant bride has stunned the internet with her highly detailed wedding invitation – which even describes the four types of cookies she will serve at the reception
In the bizarre invitation, the bride explains that her wedding reception & # 39; four types of cookies & # 39; will serve: ginger maki, chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin and peanut butter.
She then outlines the two types of milk available on the day & # 39; for dunking & # 39; including an almond milk that will be & # 39; unsweetened vanilla since cookies are sweet enough & # 39 ;.
She wrote: & # 39; The reception serves four types of cookies: ginger snap, chocolate chip, oatmeal, raisin and peanut butter.
The invitation, which was placed on the Facebook group That & # 39; s It, I & # 39; m Wedding Shaming, starts with the upcoming bride who apologizes for being & # 39; so long & # 39; has done to send the details
After setting out all the details about her upcoming wedding, she launched a series of bizarre, detailed replays
Social media users were stunned by the letter, with one & # 39; it seems that this could have been done more clearly in about six bullet points & # 39;
& # 39; We have both cupcakes and regular cake for wedding cake. The main intention was an easy portion for children, but they are all welcome.
The expectant bride then asks her guests to & # 39; eat something before they arrive & # 39; because the small reception does not & # 39; eat a lot & # 39; has.
And before she signs the bizarre detailed invitation, she tells potential visitors that they can't stay for the reception & # 39; if they do not respond to the RSVP.
The bride even warns that guests who turn up unannounced will be asked to leave.
Another said: & # 39; No guest should know how you found your location or why you chose unsweetened almond milk & # 39;
She wrote: & # 39; If you do not respond to the email from RSVP on the back of the invitation, we will not have a seat for you during the ceremony and you cannot stay at the reception.
& # 39; My MC will ask you to leave, so please respond by March 10. Still if you have told me personally or not personally, I only support what I receive by e-mail. No surprise shows are welcome & # 39 ;.
Social media users were stunned by the letter, with one & # 39; it seems that this could have been done more clearly in about six bullet points & # 39 ;.
A user said: & # 39; I'm so confused. What happens and when? It seems that this could have been more clearly achieved in about six bullet points instead of this stream of consciousness clutter.
Other social media users sympathized with the bride and wrote that they could see that they were & # 39; a worry & # 39; is
Another commented: & # 39; No guest should know how you found your location or why you chose unsweetened almond milk & # 39 ;.
And a third said: & # 39; I feel that I deserve an invitation to the wedding after having taken all that time to read that letter & # 39 ;.
But others sympathized with the bride and wrote that they could see that they were & # 39; a tub & # 39; is.
One user wrote: & # 39; Ah, bless her. I can see she's worried. It's pretty sweet & # 39 ;.
Another said: & # 39; I actually thought this whole thing was pretty sweet. She understood that she had taken a while and that people might have forgotten. You can tell that the poor thing is stressed and the type is that not everyone wants to disturb.
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