A bridezilla who went viral earlier this week for her incredibly demanding and bizarre guest dress code has become the subject of mockery yet again for her outrageous response to internet fame.
Gearing up for a destination wedding in Hawaii, the unidentified bride-to-be posted in a Facebook group to notify her guests of the outfits they were required to wear to the wedding, which were broken down by gender and weight.
After one of the guests shared a screenshot of the dress code on line, it earned derision from people around the world — and now the bride is taking her guests to task for the lack of discretion, demanding they attend a polygraph party to suss out the leaker.
Shamed, part two! A bridezilla who went viral for her incredibly demanding and bizarre guest dress code is now angry that one of her guests shared it with the internet
The bride went viral for the first time earlier this week after a screenshot of her dress code from Facebook was posted on Reddit and social media platforms.
The post seems to have been shared several months ago, a year and a half before her 2019 wedding in Hawaii.
In the post, she admits the wedding is still ‘a longgg way away,’ but says she still wants to announce the ‘dress code’ for the event, giving everyone ample time to ‘pick out something nice’.
‘The dress code is very specific because it will be used to create an incredible visual effect,’ the woman wrote. If done right, it will make our synchronized dancing along the beach really pop.’
She went on to go into great detail breaking down the dress code, which requires different outfits for women between 100 and 160lbs., men between 100 and 200lbs., women over 160lbs., men over 200lbs., and children.
How dare you? She raged at her guests online — and invited them to a mandatory Polygraph Party to prove their innocence
She then concluded by telling everyone to bring formalwear to change into for the 24k gold-themed reception, adding that she expected everyone to spend at least $1,000.
Though some time has passed, this week, one of the guests scrolled back through the group history to screenshot the outrageous post and share it online, making it quickly go viral.
The bride was not pleased.
Taking to the Facebook group again, she scolded her friends and family — and then invited them to a mandatory polygraph party so she could figure out who to cut from her life.
‘Hello invitees!’ she wrote. ‘It has come to my attention that someone went all the way down in this groups [sic] creation to screenshot the dress code requirements.
‘The screenshot was taken wildly out of context and has gone semi viral on Facebook and Reddit. I have seen MY POST twice on my regular Facebook account.
‘I could not be more crushed, betrayed, or saddened. I trust each and every one of you so intimately. Knowing someone went behind my back and made fun of me is one of the worst feelings everywhere. And boy, will you be paying.
Rude! She also ranted against ‘trolls’ and gave more detail about herself and her future husband, ‘certified spiritual healers’ who met at a ‘psychic’s desensitization chamber’
‘Therefore, I am announcing one of the most unique parties you will ever be invited to in your life (besides my actual wedding.) In honor of the snitch who sold me out, I will be hosting the first ever Polygraph Party at my house, this Saturday at 8:00PM.
‘Bring your inner Sherlock Holmes because we will be hunting out the snitch who put me on blast. You think I’m kidding? I’m not. We just bought a real polygraph test for $99 on Amazon.
‘After the testing is over and we find the rat who did this, we will all celebrate with drinks and appetizers. If you can’t make it to the Polygraph Party, you will be presumed guilty unless you can provide a valid excuse.
‘I promise as long as you’re innocent, you have nothing to worry about.
‘I highly suggest whoever did this just tell me. I won’t retaliate, I will simply cut all ties and communication with you (and talk s*** about you for a long, long, time.) [sic] If you have any information about who violated my trust and my wedding planning, I will give you $100.’
She went on to attempt to present a reasonable front, telling anyone who has a problem with the dress code to come talk to her. Rather than participating in the dance, she said, they can help the crew clean after dinner, take videos of the dance, or contribute to the honeymoon.
A guest shared a screenshot of the woman’s demands in an Australian Facebook group which included a variety of items she expects guests to buy for a choreographed group dance
Finally, she wrote, she is ‘outraged’ by ‘internet trolls’ who criticized her.
‘DO YOU F***ING KNOW ME?’ she wrote. ‘DO YOU KNOW WHY WE ARE DOING THINGS THIS WAY? No??? Then shut up! Go back down to your scum basement and play video games and never f***ing make comments about people you don’t know.
‘My husband and I are certified spiritual healers with over ten years of experience,’ she added, noting that they met at a psychic’s desensitization chamber in Italy.
‘Our wedding colors, fabrics, and intimate synchronized dance are something we hold very dear to ours hearts.’
She went on to explain the significance of each, saying that the black and camo outfits represent ‘the aura of the devil that we must shoo away’ and that the soda hats represent ‘our wishes for an abundance of life saving liquid.’
‘Would you show up at an Indian persons [sic] wedding and make fun of their culture and their tradition?’ she asked. ‘If not, don’t judge ours.’
While many commenters on Reddit are simply blown away by the bride’s demands and sense of entitlement, a few have questioned whether the sheer absurdity could point to the posts being fake.
What an outfit! Women under 160lbs. are required to wear a green velvet sweater and orange suede pants
Cool look: Men weighing 100-200lbs. must wear a purple fuzzy jacket, a ‘soda hat,’ all-white trainers, and plain glow sticks
‘Okay so this HAS to be a joke. There’s just no way someone could be this moronic,’ wrote one.
‘This whole thing is unbelievable. Someone is trolling and then they went too far,’ said another.
In the original dress code post, the bridezilla outlined very specific clothing and accessory requirements for attendees.
Women weighing 100-160lbs. expected to wear a green velvet sweater, orange suede pants, and a Burberry scarf, and Louboutin heels.
Men weighing 100-200lbs. must wear a purple fuzzy jacket, a ‘soda hat,’ all-white trainers, and plain glow sticks.
Women over 160lbs. must wear an all-black sweater and pants with black heels, men over 200lbs. must wear all camouflage with black sneakers, and children have to wear red.
‘It needs to be true red, not blood orange or some bulls***!’ she said.
She also explained that the venue is ‘extremely upscale’ so she wants everyone to look their best and change into something glamorous for the reception.
‘Please, if you look like trash, so will we. All jokes aside, we want you to invest in an outfit valued at at least $1,000,’ she explained.
‘This includes jewellery, accessories, makeup and hair. Remember ladies and gents, this wedding is 24k themed for a reason.’