Not every bride turns into a bridezilla, but for those who do, this story takes the cake.
Twitter user @0lspicykeychain posted a thread on August 25 that will blow your mind. She’s part of a wedding shaming group on Facebook. Someone posted screenshots of this Bridezilla’s Facebook status announcing her wedding is not happening and why. The story is wild.
The lengthy status starts with the Bridezilla announcing that she has officially canceled her wedding four days before the nuptials. Not only that but she and her fiancé have broken up but are “remaining civil” for their son.
“After hours of tears, mental exhaustion, and even disassociation, I have come to this decision,” the almost bride posted. “In one hour after posting this status, I am going to delete my Facebook.”
She decided to go off the grid and take a trip to South America to recenter herself and get away from the “toxic energy brought on by my friends and family.”
Bridezilla then starts the story of how her dream wedding didn’t come to fruition. She also called everyone she invited to the wedding See You Next Tuesdays.
Bridezilla starts her sob story by going through a detailed history lesson on her relationship with her ex-fiancé.
When they got engaged their initial wedding budget was $15,000, but they wanted a big blow out wedding. Also, a psychic encouraged them to have one!
They decided their dream wedding would cost roughly $60,000, which is four times more than their original budget.
They realized they couldn’t have their dream wedding unless their friends and family chipped in. The Bridezilla asked her guests for cash only gifts. This isn’t super abnormal nowadays. Brides and grooms have asked their guests to contribute to their honeymoon costs instead of buying a gift, but still, they don’t expect their friends to pay for their entire wedding or honeymoon.
The Bridezilla asked each guest to contribute $1,500 to their wedding fund. She said her maid of honor pledged $5,000 and the groom’s parents promised to give $3,000.
But when the wedding invites went out only eight people RSVP’d and sent them cash.
“We were f**king livid. How was this supposed to happen without a little help from our friends. To make matters worse, my ex’s family took back their offer. Suddenly, more people backed out, INCLUDING THE C**T MAID OF HONOR. MY BEST FRIEND SINCE CHILDHOOD. MY SECOND FAMILY. I was so shocked and tearful.”
“Desperately, we resent our invites and asked people to donate what they could. I mean seriously people, what is $1,000? What is $1,500? Clearly, not a lot. It would be quite manageable anf [sic] within budget. I’ve heard of people asking for worse.”
The couple set up a GoFundMe and only received $250.
So with their dream wedding being financially unfeasible, the groom started making cheaper suggestions and the Bridezilla had a meltdown.
She turned to her maid of honor to vent and she told her she was asking too much of her guests and should stick to a budget.
“I mean..no words can describe,” the Bridezilla wrote in response to her friend telling her to stick to a budget. “How could someone who offered me THOUSANDS OF F**KING DOLLARS then deny MY promised money and tell me to shift down me budget????”
Then everyone in her life, ex-fiancé included, were done with her temper tantrum. They all, according to her, turned against her.
She concluded her Facebook status by calling everyone in her life See You Next Tuesdays and snakes.
What do you think of this Bridezilla’s wedding story? Is it the worst one yet?