A ‘BRIDE’ was mercilessly ridiculed online after booking their wedding DJ a decade in advance before they even bagged a groom.
The DJ shared her message on Facebook in which the woman described her ideal plans for her ceremony in 2030.
One DJ was stunned when a woman tried to book him for her wedding ten years in advancePhoto credit: Getty Images – Getty
She wrote: “The date would be July 6th, 2030. We’ll definitely be ten people or less for the Covid restrictions.
“I should definitely find a husband by 2030, if you could write that date on the books. I am ready to make a payment of $ 50 (£ 37) for that date.
“I know it’s so far in advance, but I want to make sure you’re not fully booked this year.”
She later adds, “I’m so looking forward to my wedding, I’ve started the countdown, 3,510 more days. Huhu !!
The “bride” announced that she would “definitely” have a husband by 2030Photo credit: Facebook
“You can even have dinner, I’ll keep a couple of slices of pizza and a couple of wings for you. WOOHOO WEDDING PLANNING !! “
Her unusual message has since been shared on the That’s It I’m Wedding Shaming Facebook group, where she has amazed people.
“Oh … my … wtf?” Commented a confused group member.
Another wrote, “I don’t know what’s worse … being single, setting a wedding date 9.5 years in advance or offering to save him a few slices of pizza.”
With over 54,000 members worldwide, the Facebook group is the largest of the Wedding Shaming group.
You can criticize dresses, decorations, and of course, dramatic brides who are kindly called “Bridezillas”.
There are even categories for your posts where you can put your swear words under popular tags like “Cringe”, “Tacky Family” and “f *** ing yikes”.
On other wedding news, this bride publicly shamed her friend’s £ 2.50 wedding gift, calling it a “slap in the face”.
And this bride-to-be got slammed for taking out her cell phone to upload a photo of her engagement ring BEFORE she said yes.
In addition, wedding shamers beat up the bride for wearing a dress in which she cannot “walk, sit or dance”.