And how could we forget the most important element of any wedding? | 22 Words

We all know planning a wedding can be hard.

Well, one woman has shaken the internet after sghe claimed she's too busy planning her wedding to work...

She even demanded that her fiancé has a second job.

Keep scrolling to read more about this bridezilla's demands...

Now, we all love a good wedding!

I mean, who doesn't?

But planning a wedding is no walk in the park...

And it can get unbelievably stressful to create that perfect day.

You have to pick the perfect venue...

Should you go with a traditional church wedding? A regal castle? Or play it safe with a registry office and an intimate restaurant? Decisions, decisions.

Choosing a caterer...

And of course, all the free tasting sessions that go with this laboring task. How any bride fits into her wedding dress on the big day, we don't know!

And the wedding cake, of course!

Why not go a little non-traditional and choose a cheese cake? As in a cake made of cheese rather than a cheesecake.

Sending out those sought-after invitations...

No honey, you can't invite your entire college football team. I am letting you invite your mom aren't I? Count yourself lucky.

Choosing the rings...

Men never seem to grasp the importance of this task. Not only does the ring symbolize your everlasting love for each other, but it is essentially a piece of jewelry that we will be wearing every day for the rest of our lives. It must be perfect.

And of course, the obligatory hen and stag parties. Naked butler anyone? They are on offer 241.

More like hen and stag getaways nowadays. The last night or week of freedom when you are required to drink yourself stupid, wear a penis as a hat (that one's mostly for the bride) and wake up with a head full of regrets. And a renewed sense of love for your soon to be significant other.

And how could we forget the most important element of any wedding?

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No, not the groom, silly! The bride's outfit, of course.

It's safe to say, there's a lot to plan when organising a wedding.

So much so, that one bride decided to quit her job to focus on wedding planning.

And the internet has been quick to share their opinions on her decision...


Shared to Reddit was a screenshot of a Facebook post where the unnamed woman explained that her fiancé doesn't understand that it takes too long for her to get ready for work, drive to work, actually do her work, and then come home...

In addition to her planning their wedding.

She explained: "I need to be HOME to plan this wedding."

And that's not her only issue...

Turns out she also wants her partner to take on another job...

Because scaling back on their $80,000 wedding is not possible.

"It really p***es me off because we are spending $80,000 on this wedding and he keeps saying we should spend less," she wrote.

"UH, HELLO, NO. This is MY wedding I've been dreaming of since I was little and I REFUSE to have anything but my dream wedding."

She finished by asking: "How can I convince him to work a second job to pay for this?"

"What happened to 'happy wife, happy life'??"

Welcome to the real world.

Fiancé is in a bridal group on Facebook and came across this one from r/insanepeoplefacebook

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