Bride hits back after outrage at 'passive aggressive' note to campers

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A bride has hit back after being slammed for her ‘amazingly arrogant’ note she left in a public campground.

Taking to Reddit, a walker posted an image of the “passive aggressive” note, claiming the bride had “no permit, no contact info, no restrooms or trash facilities, and definitely not enough woods for a 50+ person blowout”.

Bride and groom
A bride has apologised after being slammed for her 'passive aggresive' note. Photo: Getty Images

The bride explained in the note that on Friday June 18th and Saturday June 19th, she would be having her wedding ceremony and reception at the campground.

“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 note read.

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“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”

People on Reddit were outraged, with one person calling the note “amazingly arrogant” and another simply saying: “Imagine being that entitled.”

Note on tree about party
The note told campers to expect loud music and that they would party around them. Photo: Reddit

“Sounds like an open invitation,” one person said, with another saying: “I would bring a freaking air horn.”

However, the bride later took to Facebook to clear up the situation, saying she in “no way wanted to offend the community”.

She claimed her sign was “exaggerated” as a way of deterring “punk kids” from trying to party there.

The bride explained that she invited 10 people to her party who have “multiple kids” and they were all planning to camp at the site for the weekend.

“I apologise to anyone insulted,” she said.

“I’m so sorry for all the confusion, we just want to enjoy our peaceful ceremony with our family.”

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