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Woman asks if she's wrong for saying bride's plan to get gifts from non-guests was 'tacky.'

Woman asks if she's wrong for saying bride's plan to get gifts from non-guests was 'tacky.'

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Wedding etiquette is complex and ever-changing, but there are some things we can all agree are tacky.

At least, you might think that's the case — until one of your friends goes completely off the rails. One woman is asking Reddit for advice about a friend's déclassé wedding behavior, after the friend talked about hassling people for gifts when she didn't even invite them to her nuptials.

It starts innocently enough, with the bride's small, 12-person wedding:

A friend (29F) of mine (26F) got married last fall, the wedding was tiny, only 12 people, mostly their parents and siblings, so I was not at the wedding. She sent out an engagement announcement/save the date thing.

It gets a little weird when the bride sends out "save the date" cards to people who aren't going to be invited — along with a registry link:

I'm not sure how to describe it since it was kind of a hybrid of the two, with a link to their registry, which was just a honeymoon donation fund, she's also posted links to the registry several times on her social media and IG stories.

Sources: Reddit
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