A wedding planner‘s email lists 10 absurd “rules and regulations” that guests must follow.
Just when you think you can’t bear to read another nightmarish bridezilla story – another cracker is coming. So in advance, you are welcome …
Imagine opening your inbox to an email from your friend or relative’s wedding coordinator – your first reaction would be to immediately shut it down and throw it in the trash.
But then curiosity would get the better of you and you keep reading – and man, are we glad the guest who shared this on Reddit – did.
The organizer begins by introducing himself before specifying âsome rules and regulations for the wedding dayâ.
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Wedding planner sends emails with crazy rules!
Get yourself a glass of wine and some popcorn for these 10 requests!
Some rules are not too unreasonable, such as âplease arrive 15-30 minutes earlyâ and âuse hashtag when posting all photosâ.
This one is a bit unnecessary – âDon’t check in to FB until promptedâ – but great, okay.
Then she has the balls to tell you what color you can’t wear âPlease DO NOT wear white, cream or ivoryâ.
But that’s when things get crazy, like every guest suddenly is a bridesmaid – “Please don’t wear anything other than a bob or a basic ponytail “AND” Please don’t wear makeup “.
An email from a wedding planner containing absurd “rules” for the guests. Source: Reddit
The Bride’s 10 Crazy “Rules” for Guests
Then there were these two glaring misspellings in those rules:
- Don’t record during the seramony (hmmm maybe they mean ceremony?)
- Everyone will drink with RÃ©my. No acceptance (and maybe no “exceptions”?)
“I mean, ‘seramony’ is a horrible misspelling. But not knowing that the word ‘exceptions’ exists is on a whole new level,” said a dismayed Redditor.
However, I saved you the better two for the last chance – I really can’t decide which is the worse.
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“DON’T SPEAK TO THE BRIDE AT ALL”
Do you know how much most brides at weddings love to mingle and chat with their guests? Well, not this one.
The only rule to type in all caps, just in case you can’t understand the words otherwise: ‘DON’T SPEAK TO THE BRIDE AT ALL’.
The 10th and final rule sounds like your gift will be opened and evaluated by security gift guards before you can enter.
“ten. Finally, must come with a gift of $ 75 or more if you want to be admitted.
You won’t be surprised to learn that the post has gone bonkers with over 2.3,000 comments in just 14 hours so far.
A lot of people have rightly found themselves stuck in the wedding planner for even considering agreeing to put their email to such foolishness.
“I wonder if the bride ordered this or if the coordinator just got out of her rocker?” Â»One questioned.
âI hope any truly professional wedding coordinator takes a look at this list of requests and chooses not to be part of this garbage heap,â said another.
âA wedding coordinator who can’t spell ‘ceremony’?
And of course, there were also a lot of people in disbelief about the cringey misspellings.
âFor a professional wedding coordinator, you would think he would know how to spell ‘ceremony’,â one said incredulously.
âAnd ‘exceptions’. And “admitted”. I really need to hang my shingle for professional erection services. There are so few of usâ¦ âsuggested another.
I’ll just leave one last comment here:
“Besides, what pleasure is it for the bride not to speak to anyone?” She’s the fucking host, she’s supposed to interact with her guests.