Bridezilla publicly shames best mate’s £2.50 wedding gift saying it’s a ‘slap in the face’ after her ‘exclusive’ day

From attending the extravagant hen do to finding something smart to wear, the lead-up to your mate's wedding day can set you back hundreds – and that's before you've even considered the present.

With this in mind, you can hardly blame any guests for picking a more low-key gift to save some pennies – but it might just backfire with the bride.

Posting in a Facebook community group, an Australian bridezilla has been branded "shallow" for publicly shaming the £2.50 wedding present her best mate got her.

Turning to social media for sympathy, the newlywed wrote: "Has anyone received any wedding gifts in the past that were a slap in the face? How did you deal with it?"

Explaining how she threw an "exclusive and all-inclusive" wedding for her guests, she added: "Our best friend, husband and kids knew this and gifted us two Kmart towels, a total value of about [£5].

"This hurt us a lot, as it was a slap in the face. We don't know how to deal with it."

But instead of receiving advice for handling the situation, the bride was blasted by other members of the group who questioned whether the purse-friendly towels were all the guests could afford during the pandemic.

"Towels are an awesome gift, who cares how much they cost," one wrote. "What a shallow person."

Another added: "Be thankful they wanted to be there to celebrate your special day and focus on the qualities in their personalities rather than the material items they may or may not have given you."

A third replied: "Are you actually serious? It's not about what you get out of it."

For more wedding horror stories, this groom’s ‘crazy ex’ crashes wedding wearing BRIDAL GOWN screaming ‘it should have been me’ – but all’s not as it seems.

And this bride-to-be was slammed for taking out her phone to upload a photo of her engagement ring BEFORE saying yes.

Plus wedding shamers blasted bride for wearing a dress she can’t ‘walk, sit or dance in’.

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