The Internet Shares What They Really Think About Brides These Days
Ladies and gentlemen, fasten your seatbelts, because we’re about to dive headfirst into the captivating world of modern brides! Love them, admire them, or maybe even raise an eyebrow at their choices—brides today have become a hot topic of discussion across the vast expanse of the internet.
Hot Takes About Brides Today
From heartfelt wedding stories to jaw-dropping bridezilla anecdotes, we’ve scoured the web to bring you a collection of sizzling hot takes on brides that will leave you entertained, amused, and perhaps scratching your head in wonder. These quotes are a testament to the diversity of perspectives on the evolution of the bridal world, and boy, are they a feast for the senses!
The Tea on Modern Bridezilla Behavior
So, grab your popcorn and prepare to be entertained as we present a mosaic of opinions straight from the digital chatterbox. Let’s hear what the internet has to say about brides today—unfiltered, uncensored, and undoubtedly fascinating! Whether you’re a future bride-to-be or just a curious onlooker, you’re in for a treat as we embark on this delightful journey through the virtual realm of wedding hot takes. Get ready to laugh, nod in agreement, and maybe even raise an eyebrow or two as we explore what makes brides today so intriguingly captivating.
A New Level of Crazy
One commenter said, “Brides nowadays are a new level of crazy. The commitment and the money they are entitled to their “special day”… Just insane.”
Hire Models Instead
One commenter brought up that it’s wild how much brides dictate what to wear, how to style their hair, etc on the wedding day.
“If the photos are all you care about, hire models.”
“Weddings today are all about getting the perfect photos for social media and causing drama in the family. If I hear “it’s my day” one more time I’m gonna go crazy. It’s not your day or your week or your month or your year. How selfish can these people be? How much attention do they need? It’s mind boggling!”
Perfection is a Trap
“I really hate this concept of having a ‘perfect day’ because it becomes a duty. Perfection is a very subjective thing and is susceptible to a bunch of variables, including mood, that can’t be controlled. Best you can do is the image of perfection. ”
Weddings Are Financially Abusive
Others blamed the wedding industrial complex for creating this sea of stressed out bridezillas. One annoyed went so far as to say that weddings are financially abusive. “You know what weddings are? Financial abuse. Pure exploitation by the wedding industry.” Do you agree?
People Need to Get Over Themselves
Some commenters recommended that couples need to remember what is important about the wedding day.
“People need to get over themselves and realize… This day is about everyone you love being in one room. One time! Celebrate that!!! Life is short.”
It’s Just One Day!
“They make it all about that one day and it never seems to be about the marriage anymore. It’s a day to be princess and have everything the way they want and people the way they want. I always smirk to myself that the next day you’ll be back to washing floors and arguing over what’s for dinner.”
Not All Brides
“Most people aren’t insane over the ‘perfect’ day to the point of abusing everyone in sight,” one commenter reminded. “Because most people just don’t see planning a wedding as an excuse or necessity to abuse everyone they can.”
This story was inspired by Reddit and does not necessarily reflect the views of The Budget Savvy Bride.
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