Bizarre! Bride and groom offer food to wedding guests based on price of gift

Weddings are one of the most important events in a bride and groom’s life. A lot of preparation goes into making the wedding guests happy and make sure that they have a good time as they bless the newlyweds. 

But, a bride and groom took a different route and released a note for the wedding guests where the price range of their gifts would decide the kind of dinner they will receive at the wedding. 

A photo of the note is being massively shared on social media in which the bride and groom asked the guests to let them know how much they will spend on their wedding gift after which it would be decided what they will be served for dinner. 

The note was shared on Reddit with the caption, “Bigger cash gift = better dinner?”. 

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Photo via Reddit

The guests, according to the note, were divided into four categories which were named ‘loving gift, golden gift, silver gift’, and platinum gift’. 

If the gift the guests were buying was worth $250 then it fell into the ‘loving gift’ category – dinner – roast chicken or swordfish.

If the gifts guests were buying were between $251 and $500 then it fell into the ‘silver gift’ category – dinner – dishes under the first category or choose between sliced steak and poached salmon. 

If the gifts guests were buying were between $501 and $1000 then it fell into the ‘golden gift’ category – dinner – dishes under the first, second category or choose between filet mignon or lobster tails. 

If the gifts guests were buying were above $1000 and below $2500 then it fell into the ‘platinum gift’ category – dinner – dishes under the first, second, third category or a lobster with a souvenir champagne goblet.

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