A bride who can best be described as “from hell” recently sent a series of emails to her chosen bridesmaids that have now gone viral after an anonymous tipster — reportedly one of the beleaguered bridesmaids — forwarded the bizarre and frankly hilarious emails to a popular online blog.
In fact, the emails sent to the New York- based blogging site Gawker are so outrageous that some readers wonder if they were intended as an elaborate practical joke.
Actually, in the emails themselves, the hyper-controlling bride tells her bridesmaids, “Just kidding b*****s, well, sorta.”
“I just wanted to go over some ground rules,” the unnamed bride begins, in an email sent, she says, exactly six months before her wedding day.
“Weigh-ins will begin in 3 weeks. I for one would really like some time after Thanksgiving to make my body forget about what it consumed, so I thought I would give you guys some cushion room.”
But even though she clearly didn’t want to find herself looking at overweight bridesmaids as she made her trip to the altar, the bridezilla didn’t want her bridesmaids too skinny.
“Noone can be skinner than the bride,” she demanded in the email.
As a result of that demand, the bride decreed that two of her bridesmaids, “Kelly” and “Lizzie,” would be required to go on a special high-protein diet designed to pack on the pounds.
“I will have a nutritionist call you to discuss diet plans,” the bride, who refers to herself as “Queen Bee,” wrote.
Among the bride’s other requirements, “Bed times leading up to the wedding will be strictly enforced. I absolutely cannot have you all have saggy, baggy eyes.”
Also, because the bridesmaids will be wearing strapless dresses, the “Queen Bee” insists that if her bridesmaids plan to wear bikinis at any time, the swimwear must be fastened only around the back, with no shoulder straps, to avoid unsightly tan lines.
One bridesmaid was expelled from the wedding party for getting an unauthorized haircut — but the Queen Bee soon displayed a softer side and agreed to take the offending bridesmaid back. But only on the condition that she allow her bangs to grow until two weeks before the wedding.
“If anyone does decide to break any future rules, please do not try to justify your behavior by telling me what other maids are doing in other weddings,” the bride wrote in the emails. “I do not care and I am the QB.”
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