'Greedy' bridezilla slammed for asking guests for £55 cash donation on cheeky wedding invites

'Greedy' bridezilla slammed for asking guests for £55 cash donation on cheeky wedding invites

WHEN you take into account the price of the dream venue, the designer dress and the guests you have to feed, it's hardly surprising that weddings can easily set newlyweds back thousands.

But while it's pretty commonplace for loved ones to give some money instead of a present, one couple has been slammed online after they demanded £55 in cash on their cheeky wedding invites.

Ahead of the big day, the Australian couple's guests were sent a "wishing well" card with their invites – which encouraged guests to get $100 [£55] out on the way to the ceremony.

On the front of the card, the bride and groom had printed a cheeky poem telling their family and friends to "pull out your greens and let it be seen".

Explaining how no expense had been spared on their big day, they wrote: "Our bank account is in debt and we would like it go back into credit.

"Please visit the ATM, we know you're a gem."

Finally, the pair asked their loved ones to "place [their] cash in [the couple's] wishing well" to "make their dreams come true".

The "wishing well" card was shared by the invitation designer on Facebook – where people branded the couple "greedy".

After it was posted in a wedding shaming group, one user wrote: "Eeek … I feel like the choice of words about the wishing well is a bit … tacky?

"In Australia, ‘greens’ means $100 notes…"

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"Oh wow," another added. "I’ve always wondered what the polite way to ask for money is. I know this ain’t it!"

Meanwhile, a third said: "Greedy. I wouldn’t be surprised if they had an actual ATM at their wedding."

However, others were more bothered by the actual poem.

"1. Learn to budget. 2. Learn to rhyme," another joked.

"The biggest crime is that this is a TERRIBLE poem," one user replied.

For more wedding horror stories, this groom was accused of ‘wrecking’ wedding after making pal PROPOSE in the middle of the reception as ‘ultimate wingman’ act.

And this mother-in-law was accused of ‘hating’ bride after she turned up to wedding in almost IDENTICAL bridal dress.

Plus this bride asked for wedding ring advice online – but gets savagely trolled for the ‘horrifying’ state of her nails.

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