Social media users baffled by bride-to-be’s 22-page wedding invitation ‘memo’

Social media users baffled by bride-to-be’s 22-page wedding invitation ‘memo’

A bride has baffled the internet with her extremely detailed wedding invitation  - which even outlines the four types of cookies she will serve a

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A bride has baffled the internet with her extremely detailed wedding invitation  – which even outlines the four types of cookies she will serve at the reception.  

The invitation, which was posted to the That’s It, I’m Wedding Shaming Facebook group, begins with the woman, thought to be American, saying she was sorry for taking ‘so long’ to send out the details.

But after laying out all the particulars of her upcoming nuptials, she launches into a bizarrely detailed two-page letter, even revealing that the ceremony will be filmed for a ‘Facebook live’ – for those unable to attend.

Before signing off, the woman describes her wedding dress as ‘blush pink with rose gold detailing’, warning that guests should not wear a ‘champagne colour or pink of any kind’ to the ceremony.

A bride-to-be has baffled the internet with her extremely detailed wedding invitation - which even outlines the four types of cookies she will serve at the reception

A bride-to-be has baffled the internet with her extremely detailed wedding invitation - which even outlines the four types of cookies she will serve at the reception

A bride-to-be has baffled the internet with her extremely detailed wedding invitation – which even outlines the four types of cookies she will serve at the reception

In the bizarre invite, the bride explains that her wedding reception will serve ‘four types of cookies’ – ginger snap, chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin and peanut butter.

She then goes on to outline the two varieties of milk which be available on the day ‘for dunking’, including an almond milk which ‘will be unsweetened vanilla since cookies are sweet enough’.

She wrote: ‘The reception will serve four types of cookies: ginger snap, chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin and peanut butter.

The invitation, which was posted to the That's It, I'm Wedding Shaming Facebook group, begins with the bride-to-be apologising for taking 'so long' to send out the details

The invitation, which was posted to the That's It, I'm Wedding Shaming Facebook group, begins with the bride-to-be apologising for taking 'so long' to send out the details

The invitation, which was posted to the That’s It, I’m Wedding Shaming Facebook group, begins with the bride-to-be apologising for taking ‘so long’ to send out the details

After laying out all the particulars of her upcoming nuptials, she launched into a series of bizarrely detailed postscript afterthoughts

After laying out all the particulars of her upcoming nuptials, she launched into a series of bizarrely detailed postscript afterthoughts

After laying out all the particulars of her upcoming nuptials, she launched into a series of bizarrely detailed postscript afterthoughts

Social media users were baffled by the letter, with one writing 'it seems like this could have been accomplished more clearly in about six bullet points'

Social media users were baffled by the letter, with one writing 'it seems like this could have been accomplished more clearly in about six bullet points'

Social media users were baffled by the letter, with one writing ‘it seems like this could have been accomplished more clearly in about six bullet points’

‘We will have both cupcakes and regular cake for wedding cake. The main intention was easy portion for children but all are welcome.

‘We will also have regular and almond milk for dunking. Almond milk will be unsweetened vanilla since cookies are sweet enough.’

The bride-to-be then asks her guests to ‘please eat something before arriving’ because the small reception will not have ‘a lot of food’. 

And before signing off the bizarrely detailed invitation, she tells potential attendees that they ‘can not stay for the reception’ if they do not respond to the RSVP.

The bride even warns that any guests who turn up unannounced will be asked to leave.

Another said: 'No guest needs to know how you found your venue or why you picked unsweetened almond milk'

Another said: 'No guest needs to know how you found your venue or why you picked unsweetened almond milk'

Another said: ‘No guest needs to know how you found your venue or why you picked unsweetened almond milk’

She wrote: ‘If you do not respond to the RSVP email found on the back of the invite we will not have a chair for you at the ceremony and you can not stay for the reception.

‘My MC will ask you to leave so please RSVP by March 10. Still RSVP even if you have told me in person yes or no, I will only stand by what I receive in email. No surprise show ups are welcome’. 

Social media users were baffled by the letter, with one writing ‘it seems like this could have been accomplished more clearly in about six bullet points’.

A user said: ‘I am so confused. What is happening and when? It seems like this could have been accomplished more clearly in about six bullet points instead of this stream of consciousness mess’. 

Other social media users sympathised with the bride, writing that they could tell she is 'a worrier'

Other social media users sympathised with the bride, writing that they could tell she is 'a worrier'

Other social media users sympathised with the bride, writing that they could tell she is ‘a worrier’

Another commented: ‘No guest needs to know how you found your venue or why you picked unsweetened almond milk’. 

And a third said: ‘Feel like I deserve an invite to the wedding after taking all that time to read that letter’.  

But others sympathised with the bride, writing that they could tell she is ‘a worrier’.

One user wrote: ‘Ahh bless her. I can tell she’s a worrier. It’s kind of sweet’.

Another said: ‘I actually found this whole thing kind of sweet. She was understanding that she took a while and people perhaps forgot. You can tell the poor thing is stressed and is the type who doesn’t want to inconvenience everyone. 

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