Bride having Rs 23 lakh wedding wants guests to pay for everything from photographer to honeymoon

Bride having Rs 23 lakh wedding wants guests to pay for everything from photographer to honeymoon | Image: Reddit

HIGHLIGHTS

  • “Bride wants guests to pay for EVERYTHING,” the Redditor wrote.
  • They said the couple had a $30,000 (Rs 23.3 lakh) wedding
  • The bride wanted the guests to pay for everything from the photographer and the wedding dress to the manicure/pedicure and the honeymoon
A Reddit user was confused when his acquaintance who invited him to his wedding only asked for cash donations and refused gifts.

The Redditor titled the post, “Bride wants guests to pay for EVERYTHING.”

They said the couple were planning a $30,000 (Rs 23.3 lakh) wedding and wanted the guests to pay for everything from the photographer and the wedding dress to the manicure/pedicure and the honeymoon.

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The Redditor wrote, “So an acquaintance is getting married and has submitted their website/marriage registry. Now this person wants an over the top marriage (for their lifestyle). She doesn’t work, only her partner does, but the cost of the wedding is around 30,000 right now.how do i know?their registry only have cash fund for each seller +regular cash fund and honeymoon fund.

The user continued, “They said there were absolutely no freebies, only fund contributions. Everything from videographer to wedding dress and even manicure/pedicure fees are on there. “

They added, “It’s supposed to be a guest count of 125, so I guess they expect everyone to contribute at least $250. Mind you, it’s a whole group of young people who haven’t even finished their studies yet or who have children.”

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Here’s what netizens said:

“Just call it your honeymoon fund and use it for whatever you want. It’s always the couple’s responsibility to budget properly. Be tactful and don’t let guests feel like they’re funding your day. special.”

“Since it’s just an acquaintance, I think you should answer ‘unable to attend’ and not give money to this authorized couple.”

“I know a couple who ask guests for ‘funds’ but experiences, like snorkeling on their honeymoon or a couples cooking class. I think it’s a great idea for people who have everything .”

“A friend of ours did and it’s been put together on a website so you can buy him specific experiences: anything from a beer to drink to a boat trip, so suitable for all wallets!”

“I may be in the minority on this one, but I don’t see the point in asking for money instead of gifts. However, going ‘I just want you to pay for my whole wedding’ is a bit corny. In short, I think there was a better way to do this, but I don’t think the idea behind it is terrible.”

“I’d rather have money than have a bunch of stuff I already have. Honestly if I ever get married I’ll probably have a honeymoon fund where if guests want they can contribute money in the fund. If they don’t, no harm, no fault, but I don’t want a casserole dish or a dozen fancy napkins.”

“There’s a big difference between having things on the registry like ‘give the couple a nice dinner’ or ‘they’re doing X activity on their honeymoon, would you like to contribute as a gift?’ and ‘pay for all my wedding’. . »

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