A woman spent a year creating a beautiful cross-stitch sampler as a wedding gift for her friend. But when the bride demanded a gift from her registry, she was left wondering if she had done something wrong. The bride argued that as a guest, she was required to bring a gift from the registry. But the woman pointed out that the cost of materials and framing for the handmade gift far exceeded what she could afford for a registry gift. Reddit users are divided on who is in the wrong. What do you think? Check out the full story for more details.
Guest Refuses to Buy Gift from Wedding Registry, Bride Calls Her an A**hole
Bride asks for personalized gift, guest declines, drama ensues
Relieved artist bids farewell to finished project 🎨
Strained bride-guest relationship over wedding gift affordability.
Guest refuses to buy gift from registry, sparks conflict 💥
Guest makes handmade gift, Bride insults and demands registry item.
Navigating wedding gift etiquette 🎁
Post goes viral after bride calls out gift-refusing guest 🎁
Guest decides not to attend wedding due to toxic behavior.
Bridezilla demands gift from guest despite a handmade cross-stitch gift
Wedding registries are a convenient way for couples to indicate what they want as gifts, but does it mean you can't give anything else? A guest was called an a**hole by the bride for gifting a handmade cross-stitch that took months to make as a wedding present. The bride demanded a gift from the registry despite knowing the guest was on a tight budget. The guest refused and explained that the cost of materials alone was more than what she could afford. The bride insisted that the guest buy something from the registry and called her an a**hole when she refused. The guest is now questioning if she's in the wrong. What do you think? Should guests be required to buy gifts from the registry or is it okay to give something else? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
Bride demands gift from registry, calls heartfelt cross-stitch 'cheap' 🙄 NTA
Guest defends not buying from registry, calls bride's demand crass 🙄
Commenters agree with NTA and add some sarcasm 😒
Friendship in question after entitled bride demands off-registry gift 🙄
Bridezilla's entitled demand for registry gifts backfires. NTA.
Cross-stitch drama! NTA refuses to buy gift from registry 🔥
Crafty guest suggests petty revenge for demanding bridezilla's registry.
Crafty friends offered services as a wedding gift, declined payment. NTA
Calculating the true cost of a cross stitch project 💰💉
Suggest offering choice between the gift and registry without snarkiness.
Sassy commenter suggests skipping wedding drama for pizza and crime shows 🍕🕵️♀️
Wedding guest refuses registry gift; commenters side with guest.
Friend devalues artist's commission, gets called out, estimated cost provided 💰
Wedding guest suggests fair gift exchange after registry refusal 💍🎁
Commenter defends a guest and criticizes the bride's manners. 🙄
Gift registry drama - commenter defends gift choice with NTA sentiment.
Ditch the friend who only cares about what she can get 💔
Bride demanded a labor-intensive craft work for free and called NTA an a**hole for not buying a registry gift. Handmade gift means nothing to her. 👎😠
Biblical clapback! 🔥🙏
Friend expects free wedding art, commenter questions payment.
Bride called out for hypocrisy, guest is NTA. 🤔
Relax at home instead of giving a meaningless gift 🎁
Bridezilla gets put in her place by gift-giving guest 🎁
Wedding drama leads to the end of a friendship. 💔
Support for bride, criticism for entitled guest 👍👎
Wedding gifts are not mandatory, be thankful and gracious. NTA! 🎉
Commenter agrees with bride, calls guest's behavior outrageous 🙄
Wedding drama, friend called NTA and advised to skip event.
Friend called greedy for refusing registry gift. No gift required.
Keep the gift and be guilt-free 😎
Wedding gift debate settled: NTA if you don't bring gift
Commenter agrees with the bride and criticizes the guest 🤔
Why buy a blender when you can have a family heirloom? 🤷♀️
Bridezilla demands gifts, commenter suggests talking to the groom instead 🙄
👰🏻♀️👎 NTA stands up to entitled bridezilla.
Savage response to gift refusal sparks laughter 😂🎁
Gift demands or suggestions? Etiquette matters. 🎁👀
Breaking wedding traditions, guest called NTA for refusing gift registry.
Commenter believes bride is not the a**hole in situation 🔥
Creative gift idea sparks laughter in wedding comment section 😂🎁
Stand up for yourself, you deserve better 💪
Gifts aren't required at weddings, registries are suggestions, NTA 👍
Bridezilla demands gift & insults friend for not buying registry item 😒
When you refuse a gift and end up paying more 🤦♀️
Commenter supports bride and calls guest out for bad behavior 💍
Assertive response to entitled guest, clear NTA judgement 🙌
Don't attend, sell it online or keep it. 🤔💰
Take it back! 😂 NTA wins this round.
Handmade gift worth more than registry items, send itemized bill 💰
Commenter supports the guest, bride gets called out.
Sneaky but effective solution to gift registry drama 😏🎁
Friend refuses registry gift, bride calls her a**hole 😳
Creative solution for a stingy guest. 🎁👌
Savage revenge plan for ungrateful bride, with a touch of irony 😏
Handmade gifts are just as valuable, bride was being greedy 😒
Commenter wants to see the amazing gift and calls out entitlement 📸
Cross-stitcher breaks down costs of hand-made gift, bride's wrong. 💍🧵
One-of-a-kind gift maker sympathizes with the bride, suggests creative disposal 😒🔥
Ship the cross stitch and end the drama 📦✂️
Get crafty and stick it to the registry with Etsy 👀🎁
Friendship over after gift registry dispute 💔🎁
Wedding gift not required by etiquette. NTA. 🎁
Skipping the wedding and ghosting forever? 👻 NTA wins!
Supportive comment, user is not the a**hole for not buying gift 💍🎁
Wedding registries are to help, not to limit gift choices. 💍