Bride slammed for 'selfish' gift registry requests: 'Entitled brat'

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A bride is being slammed after sharing her wedding registry on Facebook where she requested a number of expensive gifts.

The post was shared a number of times on Facebook with many users shocked by the gifts she was requesting.

A bride is being slammed after sharing her gift registry, revealing she was asking for a car and designer clothing among other things. Photo: Getty
A bride is being slammed after sharing her gift registry, revealing she was asking for a car and designer clothing among other things. Photo: Getty

Some of the gifts included designer handbags, home renovations, a new car and cash.

She shared the registry, which read:

  • Any KitchenMaid (sic) appliance over $US350, this does NOT mean kitchen items like an apron or a spatula. I’m talking about their stand mixer, blender etc.

  • Any Gucci or Louis Vuitton purses. Other purses are allowed but please consult me first.

  • Any clothes over $US400 from Calvin Klein, Moschino or Nora’s

  • New floor tiles for the entire house (I know this one is a bit of a stretch, but I’d gladly appreciate it)

  • A new car or a new trim for my car, or anything in relation to the care

  • $US400 or more gift cards to any of the following places: Fifth Sak's Avenue (sic), Bloomingdales, Nordstrom, Calvin Klein, Gucci, Whole Foods, Sprouts, maybe even JC Penny. Other places are acceptable but please talk to me first.

  • Any Korean or Asian beauty products totalling $US400 or more.

  • Any HIGH-CLASS paintings or decorations totalling $US400 or more

  • A cash gift of $US400 or more

The gift registry drew a lot of criticism. Photo: Facebook
The gift registry drew a lot of criticism. Photo: Facebook

"This is a joke right? This HAS to be a joke," one Facebook user wrote.

"Can we get her soon to be husband some divorce papers?" another joked.

"'My wedding', 'Me a purse,' sounds like someone is using the wedding for her own personal gain! Hubby doesn't seem to have anything on the list," someone else pointed out.

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"Since when are designer bags and clothing considered wedding gifts?" another added.

"I’d send a card and be done with it. Entitled brat," someone else wrote.

Many were shocked at the woman's "audacity" at requesting someone buy her a car or tile her whole home.

"The more someone insists they are high class, the lower class they are. Straight fact," one wrote.

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