Wedding planning can be a headache, even without a rival bride gunning for your email address.One woman is defending her inbox from a bridezilla invader who thinks it should be hers, because it happens to be the same as the couple's first names combined.The bride on email defense posted on Reddit's Petty Revenge section to explain what happened. It all started with the woman writing invitations to her wedding when she got a weird email: A few days ago, I'm sitting at the table with my fiance addressing wedding invitations when my phone buzzes. I've gotten an email that reads "Please mark Name1 and Name2 as coming to your wedding, we will have the chicken and the fish". Cue a very confused thirty seconds of trying to figure out which of our guests has precognition and has RSVP'd before the invites were even dropped in the mail! She told the sender they had the wrong email address and went back about her business: Not recognizing the sender's email or the names of either guest, we chalk it up to a wrong email address, send back "You might want to double check who you sent this to so your RSVP goes to the right place!" and chuckle at the confusion it caused us, thinking things have been resolved. But the emails kept on coming: Until the next day. I get two more RSVPs from two different addresses, and a reply from the original that says "This ISN'T the email for the wedding of Firstname and Surname???" I reply back No, no it is not. I'm perplexed, but at work. I decide to deal with the other emails later. Then she heard from the bride and it all started to make sense: When I get home, I've gotten another RSVP (four in total for those playing along at home) as well as an email from someone with the same first name as me, saying that she's going to need me to give her my email account. Um.... ?!? The bride explained that she thinks the woman should just hand the email address over: I reply to that, no, and also, why? I get an email back in about 10 minutes. She says that she's got the same first name as me, and is getting married to a guy named Surname. They've picked "FirstnameSurname" as their email account for RSVPs. She didn't realize I made the account, so I can either give my password to her or I can reset it and she can create a new one, whichever works for me~! :) (The smiley wasn't included, but it read like it should have been, so I editorialized here.) The woman with the email address said no: I reply again that she's going to need to pick a new account, this is mine, it's my full name, I've had it for a literal decade, it's the email all my family knows... blah blah. More apologetic than needed at all, but I wanted to explain why I wasn't giving it up. I do congratulate her on getting married, and mention that I'm getting married myself as well. And the bride started to play dirty: Oh she LOSES it. I get a nasty nasty string of emails from her saying that I have no right to use FirstnameSurname unless my fiance is named "Surname"; that I won't need it after I'm married so what's wrong with giving it up a little early; that I am ruining her life and her wedding; that I am a wide array of gender-based insults and slurs; she hopes that my fiance cheats on me because I deserve it; and finally, she's giving me one more chance to hand it over before she sues me for theft and I owe her a lot of money. I was a more than a little taken aback, so I didn't reply to any of this. (The fiance did offer up some snarky replies for me to use, but I didn't.) It turns out the bridezilla actually wrote the woman's email address on the invitations: A few hours later, the original RSVPer sends me an email saying they double checked the invitation, my email is definitely the one written on the invite. Ah, now the mystery unravels. She put my email on her wedding invites and sent them out to people without first registering the email address herself. It's printed and in the mail. It's permanent. Oooh, what a super stupid decision! So the woman offered to forward the emails on to the bride: I finally reply to her tirade (without using any of the snarky comments I'd been given!) telling her under no circumstances would I be giving her my email, legally she doesn't have a leg to stand on, she's being super rude, but I am still willing to forward on the RSVPs to her if she would like me to. I ask how many people she invited, so I can get an idea of how much work I just volunteered for. (Privately not really looking forward to forwarding emails for her, but I am not a nasty person, and, hey, it IS her wedding after all. I have personal, real time experience of getting stressed over wedding plans myself. Maybe she's normally a nice person and just at her wit's end over this mistake.) But the bride decided that wasn't enough: She sends back a nasty email full of expletives and name calling again demanding my password or nothing. Well! OK then, nothing it is! So now she's responding to the RSVP emails in an admittedly petty way: I blocked her email and replied to the three RSVPs I hadn't talked to yet with a simple "I'm sorry, you're not invited to my wedding." This has the benefit of being 100% true, albeit deceptive. Today I got another RSVP and they got a nice curt "not invited!" reply as well. I'm hoping she has a very large wedding party. And she might make it even pettier: Fiance offered a few snarky replies to the guests I could make, including claiming I'd gone vegan and by requesting chicken they'd failed the "test" and I never wanted them to contact me again; confirming but pushing back the date of the wedding a week; or saying that I had decided to marry "fiance's name" instead of "surname". None of them have responded back yet, but if they do, I'll forward the email chain between me and bridezilla to them and explain the situation. This is only r//pettyrevenge after all! People are applauding her decision to take this revenge to the pettiest level possible.nickis84 points out that the bride doesn't seem like the brightest: WTF who goes through craziness of sending out invites for wedding and doesn't check to see if email you want to use is available? Which if it isn't, is easily fixed by adding a number like 2020 to commemorate the year! What a zilla, you were far more polite than she deserved! Please continue to update! momof3dragons2012 agreed that giving up the email is too much to ask: I’ve had my email since I was a junior in high school, so over 20 years. It would be a huge imposition to change it. This lady is nuts. User Jurassic-Park-fan90 had some advice, too: This might not be necessary but when you make your wedding plans make sure to lock everything down. Tell your vendors only changes approved in person or with X password will be done( get that in writing). She knows your email address and possibly your name. It’s not hard to find out who you are and she sounds crazy. Yikes. Godspeed!