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Bridezilla Angers Community After Demanding They Stay Away From Camping Site During Wedding

Bridezilla Angers Community After Demanding They Stay Away From Camping Site During Wedding


When planning her wedding celebration, a bride decided it would be a great idea to post a notice at the camping ground letting people know to stay away. Needless to say people were NOT impressed and decided to let the Bridezilla know!

A resident in the area found the note tacked onto a tree, believed to be somewhere in Alaska – and shared it on Reddit.

“Bridezilla calls passive aggressive dibs on a public use area in my neighbourhood where we all walk, ATV and camp,” the angry resident said in the Reddit post.

“No permit, no contact info, no restrooms or trash facilities, and definitely not enough woods for a 50-plus person blowout.”

The note written by the bride told campers and visitors to stay away from the suite so the wedding party could enjoy their celebrations.

“Friday and Saturday June 18th and 19th we will be hosting our wedding ceremony and reception,” the message said.

“Please do not camp here! We have an entire guest list arriving for the weekend to celebrate so if you decide to anyways we will set up around you and do it anyway. Make sure you have a gift and a dish for the BBQ.

PS: this will be a loud music and late night type of weekend so if you’re here, expect that. There will be 50+ of us. Thank you for understanding.”

Residents responded to the request by leaving their own notes for the Bridezilla. “Good luck! There’s a teenage boy campout and Family Photo Shoot this weekend. Go away!”

While others were equally pissed off that the bride had demanded the camp be solely hers and took to the comments section of Reddit to respond.

“Where do some people get off?” Said one.

“Wants to have her wedding outdoors, but doesn’t want to pay for it. Outrageous.”

Added another: “I wouldn’t be surprised if 500 teenage trolls show up to party.”

“Seems like a good time to get 50 of the loudest most obnoxious drunks you know to also hang out that weekend!”

Realising her mistake and perhaps afraid of what the neighbours might do, she later took to Facebook to issue an apology to local residents and begged for forgiveness.

“I am the woman who’s having the wedding. I in no way wanted to offend the community,” she wrote.

“My sign was in an effort to detour punk kids trying to party. I can assure the community that we will not be a disturbance and that we will not leave a mess.

“I never in a million years thought the community would uproar.

“I didn’t think to contact the community because I knew we wouldn’t be a disturbance. I invited 10 people who have multiple kids, most of which are toddlers and young kids under 15.

“My wedding is at 5 and this was a beautiful public area we adore … I was afraid of drug addicts and party animals. I apologise to anyone insulted.”

What do you think of her apology? Hmmmm…

Images: Pixabay and Reddit

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Chrystal Lovevintage

Chrystal Lovevintage

Chrystal is a writer and blogger who loves nothing more than watching back to back episodes of crime shows. Should she ever find herself needing to cover up a crime, she'll know exactly what to do! Her dream is to one day live in Palm Springs where she can do her writing poolside while drinking endless gin and tonics. Mum to the cutest twin boys in the world, she loves nothing more than the sound of their laughter (usually heard when they're conspiring against her). Entertainment writer and pop culture junkie, she will be bringing you all the celebrity gossip and news that your brain can handle. You can follow her blog at and on Instagram at Chrystalovevintage

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