Couple branded 'trashy' for foul-mouthed wedding invite

Couple are branded ‘trashy’ for wedding invitation telling guests not to be ‘tight f***’ when giving money towards their honeymoon

  • A couple swore in the ‘wedding gifts’ section of their invitation, shared online
  • Asked guests not to be ‘tight f***s’ when giving money towards their honeymoon 
  • The reaction to the post, up voted nearly 800 times, was almost roundly critical

A couple have been branded ‘trashy’ after they sent guests expletive-ridden wedding invitations. 

The man and woman, believed to be from the UK, asked their guests not to be ‘tight f***s’ when contributing money towards their honeymoon fund as a wedding present.

The rude message was shared on Reddit and sparked widespread outrage from users – with one insisting they wouldn’t attend the wedding if they received that invitation. 

A couple have been branded ‘trashy’ after they sent guests expletive-ridden wedding invitations. Stock image 

The man and woman, believed to be from the UK, asked their guests not to be ‘tight f***s’ when contributing money towards their honeymoon fund as a wedding present, pictured

One person wrote: ‘Who curses in a wedding invitation? Give granny a heart attack.’

Another person said: ‘Wow. I wouldn’t go to that wedding at all.  Those people don’t deserve having others celebrate them.’

Another critical comment read: ‘I hope there’ll be poor attendance at the wedding. People like this don’t deserve friends.’ 

A former wedding planner added sarcastically: ‘Super classy. I used to be a wedding planner and we always said “if you’re going to put the word f**k on your invitations, just use it once, and always use it only in the section where you talk about the money you want from your guests”.’   

People discussed whether they would attend the wedding, how they would respond and what their thoughts were on wedding in general. Pictured, a selection of the posts

Among the sea of critiques, one person did attempt to balance the argument, saying: ‘You are judging someone based on a small section of a wedding invitation! 

‘You don’t know these people… They could be the most awesome people in the world who loves to joke around!’ 

Others said there might be more polite ways of communicating the same message. 

Meanwhile other respondents suggested clever ways the recipient could respond to the brazen message. Pictured, a selection of the posts

One wrote: ‘I feel like calling people a cheapskate would be a tiny bit less offensive than calling them a tight f**k.’ 

Meanwhile other respondents suggested clever ways the recipient could respond to the brazen message. 

One posted: ‘Congratulate them on the marriage as a courtesy but don’t give then anything beyond that … and use whatever the cheapest method available at the time to do so.’

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