Wedding guest reveals how the bride sent her e-mail asking for money

A wedding guest revealed how she got a serious ticking voice because she didn't contribute enough to her girlfriend's wedding – the day after she was attended.

Seyi Akiwowo went to Twitter to share the opening thread that revealed how her former boyfriend sent her a destructive email after she returned from the & # 39; destination wedding & # 39; in Romania.

In hilarious details, Akiwowo again counted how she traveled to a remote bash in the summer of 2015 with a friend for a former colleague's wedding.

Wedding guest Seyi Akiwowo, pictured right hugging the bride, revealed how she was asked to transfer money to the bride after the big day in Romania, because she had not contributed enough

Wedding guest Seyi Akiwowo, pictured right hugging the bride, revealed how she was asked to transfer money to the bride after the big day in Romania, because she had not contributed enough

Akiwowo, left, and her boyfriend, you put 25 euros in an envelope at the end of the evening. The day they returned to London, the bride sent Akiwowo an email saying it was a & # 39; insufficient & # 39; contribution was to & # 39; costs related to the menu drinks and the location & # 39; to cover

Akiwowo, left, and her boyfriend, you put 25 euros in an envelope at the end of the evening. The day they returned to London, the bride sent Akiwowo an email saying it was a & # 39; insufficient & # 39; contribution was to & # 39; costs related to the menu drinks and the location & # 39; to cover

Akiwowo, left, and her boyfriend, you put 25 euros in an envelope at the end of the evening. The day they returned to London, the bride sent Akiwowo an email saying it was a & # 39; insufficient & # 39; contribution was to & # 39; costs related to the menu drinks and the location & # 39; to cover

Describe the wedding as & # 39; dope & # 39; with free goodie bags thrown in, Akiwowo says that at the end of the day, guests were asked to contribute in small white envelopes.

Shortly before Euros & Akiwowo and her friend contributed 25 Euros and didn't think about it anymore, until they returned to London with an email saying they had not offered enough money.

She wrote about the moment the email came in and said: & # 39; I turn on the work laptop, so I'm online on Lync … I grab my phone and guess what I see.

& # 39; A Facebook message from the bride. My naive self thought she was sending a message asking if we were coming home, okay … N O P E. & # 39;

The bride emailed Akiwowo with the announcement that the average contribution from guests was 75 to 100 euros

The bride emailed Akiwowo with the announcement that the average contribution from guests was 75 to 100 euros

The bride emailed Akiwowo with the announcement that the average contribution from guests was 75 to 100 euros

The newlywed bride then asked her wedding guest to make a transfer to her account

The newlywed bride then asked her wedding guest to make a transfer to her account

The newlywed bride then asked her wedding guest to make a transfer to her account

Akiwowo continues to share the full, sizzling message and several photos – with the bride's face not seen – to her Twitter followers.

The bride's message starts with an easy question to ask if Akiwowo enjoyed the wedding, but she soon brings the & # 39; insufficient & # 39; amount contributed.

She says: & # 39; You seemed to be enjoying a lot, but this was not reflected in your contribution to our wedding expenses. & # 39;

The newcomer then explains how & # 39; the average contribution was 100 euros per person, while even 75 euros would be sufficient to cover the cost of the menu drinks and the location & # 39; and asks Akiwowo to transfer the money.

Almost as a side issue, the bride says she hopes that Akiwowo & # 39; safe and healthy & # 39; has come home and her & # 39; big hugs & # 39; sends.

Akiwowo, pictured left on the photo, and her boyfriend, right, had traveled to Romania for the wedding and paid all their own expenses

Akiwowo, pictured left on the photo, and her boyfriend, right, had traveled to Romania for the wedding and paid all their own expenses

Akiwowo, pictured left on the photo, and her boyfriend, right, had traveled to Romania for the wedding and paid all their own expenses

The wedding guests also revealed other details of the trip, including gift bags and an open bar

The wedding guests also revealed other details of the trip, including gift bags and an open bar

The wedding guests also revealed other details of the trip, including gift bags and an open bar

Akiwowo said that her and her boyfriend ran out of cash during the trip and that it only had 25 euros by the time the envelope arrived at the end of the wedding night

Akiwowo said that her and her boyfriend ran out of cash during the trip and that it only had 25 euros by the time the envelope arrived at the end of the wedding night

Akiwowo said that her and her boyfriend ran out of cash during the trip and that it only had 25 euros by the time the envelope arrived at the end of the wedding night

She also revealed how to run to the airport and even thought about giving the bride a & # 39; real gift & # 39; to give, because they had such a good time at the wedding

She also revealed how to run to the airport and even thought about giving the bride a & # 39; real gift & # 39; to give, because they had such a good time at the wedding

She also revealed how to run to the airport and even thought about giving the bride a & # 39; real gift & # 39; to give, because they had such a good time at the wedding

The thread has since become viral with people who admit they can't stop chuckling & # 39; – for both the bride's message and Akiwowo's hilarious account of the trip.

In addition to revealing the bride's request, Akiwowo tells her Twitter followers about the wedding weekend, saying that her and her boyfriend have already paid their own costs.

She also says they had to pay an extra baggage fee after they almost missed their flight after a heavy night on tequila at the wedding.

Akiwowo told her followers that the couple is still together and that she is no longer friends with the & # 39; debt collector & # 39;

Akiwowo told her followers that the couple is still together and that she is no longer friends with the & # 39; debt collector & # 39;

Akiwowo told her followers that the couple is still together and that she is no longer friends with the & # 39; debt collector & # 39;

Hilariously, Akiwowo says they even thought about giving the couple a & # 39; real gift & # 39; to give, because they had such a great time.

Akiwowo finished the thread by saying that the moment killed friendship; saying: & # 39; Safe to say that I am no longer friends with the debtor.

& # 39; The couple is still together and had their first baby earlier this year. I still want my € 25 back. & # 39;

Hundreds of people have responded to the thread and said they are amazed by some and even admit that they have to read it again to check the madness.

Hundreds of people responded to the discussion with some saying they had to reread it & # 39; reread & # 39;

Hundreds of people responded to the discussion with some saying they had to reread it & # 39; reread & # 39;

Hundreds of people responded to the discussion with some saying they had to reread it & # 39; reread & # 39;

One person said: & # 39; This thread is great! I read it twice to make sure I hadn't missed the madness. & # 39;

Another addition: & # 39; Now that's a story, what a cheek! That is not a friend, never was … & # 39;

While others said that the couple should not have had a wedding if they could not afford to receive their guests.

One person said: & # 39; This is so wild. Even if someone can't afford to host people at a weddng, they shouldn't invite them! It is not a club night. You can still get married without the big COST. & # 39;

And someone else added: & # 39; People should not have weddings that they cannot afford to host. What awful manners this person have, uh … however, you are all class. & # 39;

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