Weddings are supposed to be fun affairs - the couple tie the knot and profess their love for one another, while guests get to dress up, drink some free booze, and if they're lucky, enjoy a drunken snog with the best man or bridesmaid.
One bride-to-be however, has been criticised after sending out the save the date cards for her upcoming nuptials which had a lengthy set of demands for her guests to fulfill if they wanted to come to the extravagant event.
First of all, guests will have to save a pile of cash, as the invite states they will need an eye-watering $5,000 just to get to the wedding - which is being held in South East Asia.
Oh, and they also have to take two weeks off work.
The invite was called 'aggressive' by one invitee, who took a picture and shared it on Facebook.
I know it's supposed to be the couple's big day, but this is bit ridiculous.
It read: "The wedding will be held over in an Asian country (Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, ect [sic]). One of the above we haven't decided.
"The flights over range from 10 to 13 hours long, usually costing from $500 to $1,100 (total departure and return flights). Depends on when you book.
The bride has been criticised online for her 'aggressive' list of demands. Credit: PA
"You will need at least two weeks off... one week is too short for how long the flights are.
"Only 2-3 days for the wedding festivities, but the rest of the time is yours to do and go on whatever adventures you like.
"You will need approximately $4,000 to $5,000 or more if you desire.
"That includes hotels, food, drink, daily adventures, scooter rentals. Just good to have a safe buffer of money.
"(you will not spend all of this...) '(all depends on what holiday you want) 'It is very cheap over there, your dollar goes a long way.
"Think all of this over... I know you all will really love it over there."
She then adds: "If you want to attend start saving your pennies now!"
Yeah, let me just get my piggy bank out.
According to reports, the bride has been - unsurprisingly - slated online for her questionable invite.
One person wrote: "I'd tell her to shove her wedding. That's just rude."
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