My wedding guest’s RSVP was so disrespectful, but everyone says that I’m the one in the wrong

WEDDING season might have just begun but that doesn’t mean everyone is feeling the love.

One bride-to-be has already had enough of her guests, with her venting about a disrespectful RSVP she received.

The bride angrily hit back at her guest after recieving the RSPV

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The bride angrily hit back at her guest after recieving the RSPVCredit: Getty
The bride even shared the amended invite on Facebook during a heated post

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The bride even shared the amended invite on Facebook during a heated postCredit: Facebook

Rather than speak with the guest in question privately, the young woman decided to share her frustration on Facebook.

Originally shared in a bridal group on the app, the stressed-out bride wrote: “Anyone else deal with ridiculous RSVPs?”

“I guess I should have been more clear but for a back story, this is a family friend on my fiancé’s side.”

It’s not hard to see why she was frustrated after reading through the RSVP.

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The invite revealed the attendee had decided to bring four guests to the ceremony.

If that weren’t bad enough, they then added a baby to their allotted four seats on the form and detailed their complex meal plans in bright pink felt tip.

“Don’t worry about [my husband] with his celiac disease. He’ll eat before the wedding — and baby will eat from my plate,” they added, noting that they were ‘joyfully’ accepting the invite.

While the bride was trying to be understanding about the woman’s large family, she was wondering how she could fit in the extra guest.

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“She has kids from three different men including her current husband. So I asked her how many she thinks are coming and she told me four — including her one-year-old baby,” the bride explained.

The post continued: “She included her husband’s child from a previous relationship and like I don’t even know her husband well enough to have HIS child from someone else come.

“She never told me that the child was coming with them. I’m just annoyed.”

As most venues will not give seats for children under two, the frustrated bride-to-be said that she wished the guest hadn’t assumed she could bring the little one.

“Nothing I can do now,” she complained.

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While some empathised with the bride over her seat count, most backed the busy mum and her family.

One member angrily wrote: “Yikes, if you invite the family then you invite the whole family.”

Continuing, they added: “If you didn’t want kids there, you should have said so.”

“It’s not a child-free wedding, and it would be very unkind to welcome all but one of the children in that family. Seriously unkind,” another pointedly argued.

The bride claims that she hadn't been told by the guest about the extra attendee

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The bride claims that she hadn’t been told by the guest about the extra attendeeCredit: Getty
Despite her frustrations, many hit back at the bridezilla

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Despite her frustrations, many hit back at the bridezillaCredit: E+ – Getty

It seems this bride-to-be isn’t the only one who is at war over her wedding.

One bridezilla was recently slammed on social media for giving guests strict rules for her big day, which even included not rearranging chairs.

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It was also bad news if you don’t like loud noises, as the bride-to-be pointedly stated that guests could ‘go home’ if they didn’t like the music.

We wonder why she’d didn’t just elope, instead?

Many in the comment also side with the mum and her young family

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Many in the comment also side with the mum and her young familyCredit: Getty

Wedding Guest Outfit Etiquette

If you’re struggling to decided on a dress to see you through wedding season, here’s a few rules on what not to wear so you don’t get in trouble.

  • Folklore says that wearing red at a wedding means you slept with the groom.
  • Casual attire like jeans and flip flops should always be avoided.
  • Any colour that could be picked up as white or cream – even if it’s not.
  • Most would agree that your cleavage needs to be covered.
  • Wearing white is a massive no-no if you’re not the bride.