‘Entitled’ bride savaged for rude note banning people from public camping ground so she can use it to marry

‘Entitled’ bride savaged for rude note banning people from public camping ground so she can use it to marry

A BRIDE has been savaged online after leaving a note banning people from using a public camping ground, so she could get married there without being disturbed.

A passer-by came across the note while making their way through the camp and shared a photo of it online to Reddit, with people being left outraged and slamming the bride-to-be for being "entitled".

Ahead of her wedding, the woman had pinned a note to a tree in the camping ground and demanded other campers head elsewhere for the weekend she was planning to tie the knot.

In her note, she warned: "Friday and Saturday June 18th and 19th we will be hosting our wedding ceremony and reception. 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."

The bride teased: "Make sure you have a gift and a dish for the BBQ," before adding: "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.”

The person who posted the note online fumed alongside it: "Bridezilla calls passive aggressive dibs on a public use area in my neighbourhood where we all walk, ATV and camp."

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

She was savaged online as a result, with one person responding to the post: "Imagine being that entitled."

Others hit out at it being "passive aggressive" and "amazingly arrogant", as another commented: "Seems like a good time to get 50 of the loudest most obnoxious drunks you know to also hang out that weekend!"

After being made aware of the backlash, the bride took to Facebook to apologise if her note was "offensive" in anyway, reports 7 News.

She explained that she had been planning on camping that weekend with her wedding party of 10 and her guests' children and wanted to prevent "punk kids" from rocking up to the campsite to party.

The bride shared: "I am the woman who’s having the wedding. I in no way wanted to offend the community.

“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.

She said: "Iinvited 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.”

The bride added: "I'm so sorry for all the confusion, we just want to enjoy our peaceful ceremony with our family."

Meanwhile, one bride-to-be sends guests a TWO PAGE letter detailing the dos and don’ts of her wedding – including how no one can wear pink.

Plus, this budget bride desperate to save cash on wedding gets savaged for making fake decorative cake out of FOAM & wall plaster.

And a bridezilla demanded bridesmaids fit in size 8 dresses for wedding & orders them to the gym if they need to slim down.

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