A bride has come under fire for setting a very specific dress code for her wedding guests according to their weight.
Taking to Facebook to share the ridiculous guidelines, one guest revealed the number of items the bride expects her guests to purchase for a choreographed group dance.
“The dress code is very specific because it will be used to create an incredible visual effect,” wrote the bride.
“If done right, it will make our synchronised dancing along the beach really pop.”
If guests are female and weigh less than 71kg, they need to don a green velvet jumper, orange suede pants and a Burberry scarf.
Those women who weigh above 72kg must opt for an all-black outfit consisting of pants, jumpers and shoes.
Men are not exempt from the bizarre dress code either, with those weighing under 90kg expected to come in a purple fuzzy jacket, a soda hat, all white trainers and plain glow sticks.
But if their weight is above 90kg, then they must come in a full camouflage with black sneakers.
The bride-to-be has also set a strict dress code for children, requesting them to wear red from head to toe, as they will be used to create a heart.
“It needs to be true red, not blood orange or some bulls***!” She said.
But that’s not all, as after the dance routine, guests are expected to change into formal clothing as the wedding is held at an “extremely upscale” venue.
“Please, if you look like trash, so will we. All jokes aside, we want you to invest in an outfit valued at at least $1000,” she wrote.
“This includes jewellery, accessories, makeup and hair. Remember ladies and gents, this wedding is 24k themed for a reason.”
The bridezilla concluded the list of demands with a firm reminder that they have a year-and-a-half to organise their outfits and she doesn’t want to hear excuses.
After viewing the post, many users responded with criticism and disbelief, especially because she wants them to wear fuzzy jumpers during summer.
“She basically wants the women to look like fuzzy palm trees,” said one person.
“If you want me to wear at least $1000 in clothes, jewellery etc. You best be buying that stuff for me or reimbursing me for stuff I won’t wear again,” said another.
Many believe the post to be a hoax, but those invited to the wedding have insisted that the list of demands is definitely real.
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