Aussie influencer’s next-level ‘bridezilla’ requests

Rebekah Scanlan
Senior Lifestyle & Entertainment Producer


Some brides can take their dream of wanting the ‘perfect’ day to the extreme.

But Aussie influencer Pia Muehlenbeck has been accused of taking her ‘bridezilla’ behaviour to the “next level”, after details of her requests have emerged.

The popular Instagram model — who has over 2 million followers — is set to marry her fiancée Kane Vato next month, in a super luxe ceremony in Byron Bay. 

Pia Muehlenbeck has been accused of being a “next-level”‘bridezilla’ by one of her guests after requesting those attending only wear a certain colour. Source: Instagram/Pia Muehlenbeck

But those who have been lucky enough to score an invite have also reportedly been given a strict dress code.

On their wedding site kaneandpia.com, the social media star apparently asks guests toonly wear “natural earth tones”, the Daily Telegraph reports. 

Apparently, the 26-year-old states that they would love for everyone to “adhere to this direction” and even supplied a Pinterest board full of inspiration for the light and earthy themed dress code.


Pia is even said to be keeping the location a complete secret until just moments before she walks down the aisle, in a bid to keep paparazzi at bay.

For one mystery guest, it’s all too much.

“I’ve been to a lot of fashion industry weddings over the years, but never ever have I been given a mood board for what I should wear,” they told the publication. 


The model and her man though have stood by the request, calling it a “helpful guide” in a statement from Pia’s management, 22 MGMT.

If the claims are true, Pia isn’t alone. Women around the world are often accused of becoming obsessive or intolerably demanding.

Last month, an Aussie woman confessed to deliberately fattening up her bridesmaids so she could look her best on her big day.

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