Weddings are expensive parties to plan. Even the most modest of weddings involves a whole shebang of catering, flowers, decorations, entertainers, photos, and of course illustrious outfits. If you go the DIY route, you often make up for the lack of cost in hours spent working, so no matter how you slice it, they dig a hole in your pocketbook or your calendar.
While some couples try to work their way around exorbitant wedding bills by scaling down on the venue and food options, others try to game the system by ripping off staff and asking people to work for "exposure."
One woman's request for unpaid wedding workers took entitlement to another level, when she revealed she doesn't even have an Instagram yet but will "start one" to give photographers, caterers, and dress designers exposure.
If it's ludicrous for an influencer with a large platform to ask people for hours of free work in exchange for a few shout-outs online, then it's next level delusional for a woman who hasn't an Instagram to expect people to volunteer in exchange for a dozen or so future eyeballs.