close
close

A couple treated wedding guests to better food based on the cost of their gift, according to an invitation shared on Reddit

  • One couple appeared to treat wedding guests to better food based on the price of their gift.

  • A photo of the RSVP ticket with the gift and food options was shared on Reddit.

  • A “gift of love” appeared to cost up to $250 and offered options like roast chicken.

  • Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories.

One couple appeared to offer their wedding guests better food options based on the cost of their gift.

As reported by The Independent and The Mirror, an unidentified couple appears to have sent wedding RSVP invitations linking the price of gifts to catering options. A photo purporting to show the invitation was shared on the forum r/Wedding Shaming.

The photo reportedly showed that guests who purchased a gift worth up to $250 were placed in the “Loving Gift” category, which treated them to meals like roast chicken and swordfish.

The “Silver Gift,” priced between $251 and $500, appears to include options such as sliced ​​steak and poached salmon. The “golden gift,” priced between $501 and $1,000, seemed to enhance the meals by offering filet mignon and lobster tails.

The fourth tier, titled “Platinum Gift,” appeared to offer two-pound lobsters and a souvenir glass of champagne for $1,001 to $2,500.

The RSVP ticket then indicated that vegetarian and kosher meals were available at the “Platinum Gift” level.

Some Reddit users wondered if the RSVP was sent for a wedding or even an expensive gala.

The original Reddit poster said they came across the photo in a Facebook group and were “desperately waiting for more information and hoping it was just a joke.”

Other brides-to-be have made headlines over their wedding restrictions and rules.

Last month, a bride on TikTok said she received criticism for cutting wedding costs by using fake flowers and forgoing a traditional cake.

Earlier this month, another bride on TikTok made waves after asking her bridesmaids to pay $500 for a bachelorette party.

Read the original article on Insider