When it comes to weddings, we all know they can be expensive. But how far would you go to fund your dream nuptials? One young mother and bride-to-be found herself in a financial pickle, leading her to ask her well-off brother for a whopping £20,000 wedding gift. But when he offered a smaller amount, she wasn't pleased. Read on to find out how this family feud unfolded... 🎩💰💔
Bride-to-be Asks Doctor Brother for £20,000 Wedding Gift: Generous or Greedy? 🎩💰
A Bride's Dream and a Mother's Struggle 🎓👩👧
The Supportive Fiancé and the Dream Wedding 💍🔬
The Well-off Brother and His Wife 👨⚕️💼
The Big Ask and the Surprising Offer 💰🎁
The Expectation and the Refusal 🎩💔
The Fallout and the Family Feud 🥊👨👩👧👦
The Silent Treatment and the Family's Reaction 📵😲
A Wedding Gift Worth £20,000: Family Generosity or Overstepping Boundaries? 🎁💸
Caught in the crossfire of dreams and reality, our bride-to-be finds herself in a delicate situation. Her request for a £20,000 wedding gift from her well-off brother sparks a family feud. His £5,000 offer isn't enough to quench her wedding dreams, leading to a heated exchange and an unreturned phone call. The rest of the family, contributing to the wedding costs, seems to add fuel to the fire. But is she being too harsh, or is her brother being too stingy? Let's delve into the internet's top responses to this family drama. 💔🔥
"Yta lmao He offered you money and he didn’t have to." 😂
"YTA. Your brother doesn't owe you squat for YOUR wedding."
YTA. You're trying to have a wedding you can't afford 😬
Bridezilla demands £20,000 from doctor brother 💰£5000 short now 🤯
"YTA. Your brother is not well off. 💰 You do not deserve to be rewarded for getting pregnant as a teenager. 🙄 Also- £20000 for a wedding?! Do better. 🤷♀️"
Bridezilla demands brother's money, gets called out. Hilarity ensues. 😂
"YTA for feeling entitled to your brother's hard-earned money. 💰"
Easiest one today. YTA 😬
"YTA. Save for your own wedding. 💰🤷♀️"
Delusional bride-to-be gets a reality check. 🙄
New troll account? Suspicious activity and sibling rivalry. 🤔
"Entitled" doesn't even begin to describe your attitude 🙄
Entitled bride-to-be asks doctor brother for £20,000 wedding gift 💰
Bank loan suggestion met with skepticism and conspiracy theory
Bridezilla demands extravagant wedding gift, gets called out. 😂
"£20k?? That's hilarious! Get yourself a wedding suited to YOUR means, NOT your brothers. Though I'm 100% sure you're a wee troll because nobody in their right mind could be so unaware, entitled, spoilt and selfish. So I'll still say YTA. A massive one." 💍😂
Is this story too unbelievable? Let's hear your thoughts! 🤔
"Beggars can't be choosers" - Turning down £5000? Entitled idiot! 🙄
"YTA - Entitled bride-to-be demands more money from generous brother!"
Entitled bride-to-be asks for £20,000 wedding gift. YTA! 😳
Seeking more authentic and relatable stories, anyone? 🤔
Bridezilla demands cash from brother, gets called out. 😳
Bridezilla demands extravagant wedding gift, gets called out. 😳
"YTA. Rude to ask, greedy for more, and banning him? 😱"
"YTA - Don't expect your brother to fund your dream wedding! 😱"
YTA- Seriously? Your brother doesn't owe you a wedding payment! 😑
Major self entitled a**hole 😱
Commenter questions bride's love for brother over extravagant wedding.
Bridezilla demands £20,000 from her doctor brother! 😱
Sarcastic comment suggests asking Boris Johnson or the Queen. YTA
"YTA. Low budget weddings don't immediately equate to a tacky wedding." 🙏
Bridezilla demands £20,000 from brother for dream wedding 😱
YTA: Selfish and ungrateful bride-to-be asks for extravagant wedding gift
Doctor brother offered 5k, bride-to-be wants 20k wedding gift 💰
Bridezilla demands brother's money for wedding. YTA. 👎
"YTA. Your entitlement is appalling. Have a wedding you can afford."
Bridezilla demands £20,000 from her doctor brother! YTA for sure! 😱
Entitled bridezilla demands extravagant wedding gift from successful brother. YTA! 😳
Bridezilla asks doctor brother for £20,000 wedding gift! YTA!
Bridezilla demands £20,000 from her brother! 😱
"YTA. Just because a relative has money, doesn't mean..."