Couple ask guests to RSVP to their wedding with a £40 bank transfer to pay for their meal… and people are outraged | The Sun

WEDDINGS are pricey and couples often find ways to cut back on costs, including switching out flowers for candles and cutting back on numbers.

But one couple took the novel approach of asking guests to make a bank transfer for £40 to cover their meal in order to RSVP.

People were unimpressed with the couple's request – particularly as they also had a gift list.

Taking to Reddit, the disgruntled guest said: "Bottom of the wedding invite says: 'We are kindly asking you to RSVP by contributing $50 per person towards the meal. Desserts included.'

"There was also a smaller card with the invite listing three places they are registered for wedding gifts.

"It’s been 15 years since I’ve planned my own wedding, so maybe this is more commonplace now, but it feels sort of cash-grabby and tacky."

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She added: "Plus, I’ve been to this restaurant before, and I can get a full meal and drink for less than $30."

Fellow Redditors were quick to respond to the request and they weren't impressed.

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One person said: "I would send them a Venmo request for $50 for their audacious bulls***."

Another said: "I suspect they're going to be shocked at how few people come to their wedding.

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"That is so tacky. And just because people are doing this more and more does not mean that it's acceptable."

A third said: "This trend of treating weddings like they're exclusive clubs with a cover charge is just absurd."

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While another said: "You should have a wedding according to what you can pay.

"If they can’t afford the restaurant then they should have gone with a cheaper option and they want you to pay for your own food and a gift?"

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