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Bride slammed for ‘tacky’ wedding demand

As we’re sure all brides and grooms will agree, weddings can be seriously expensive – so it’s pretty standard practice for couples to ask for money as a gift these days.

That said, one bridezilla has been blasted online for offering her guests better food depending on their cash gift – and there’s even a premium option for loved ones who splash out over $3.5k.

RELATED: Bride slammed for shaming guest who gave her ‘snacks’ as a wedding gift

After sparking outrage on Facebook, a photo of the tiered menu was shared on Reddit’s wedding shaming forum where users blasted the “tacky” American couple.

Guests who give a “loving gift” up to $340 can choose between roast chicken or swordfish for their main meal.

After this, the menu has a “silver” category which offers guests who splash out up to $685 a choice of sliced steak or poached salmon.

Meanwhile, the “golden” tier is only available to loved ones who spend up to $1,370 on the happy couple – and can be treated to a filet mignon or lobster tail.

And finally, we have the “platinum” option for guests who fork out (pardon the pun) over $3,400 – and to say thank you, the happy couple will provide a “souvenir champagne goblet” to remember the day.

But it’s bad news for vegetarian friends – as meat-free meals are only provided to those in the top tier.

Needless to say, the couple’s RSVP didn’t go down well with their guests – and they ended up backtracking by saying it was all a “joke”.

Horrified by the unusual approach, Reddit users were quick to blast the tiered system.

One wrote: “These people have lost their damn minds.”

Another added: “Everybody should just say their gift was over $1k, eat the 2lb of lobster, and laugh thinking about the couple opening their $40 toaster later.”

This article originally appeared on the Sun was reproduced here with permission

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