Wedding Guest Responds To Invite With Specific Vegan Food Request

Your wedding day is meant to be the most exciting day of your life. It’s the day that you get to marry the love of your life, and it’s the one day where all eyes are on you. Despite this, brides and grooms do everything they can to accommodate their guests. They give them a day and night to remember, they give them presents in the form of favors, and they even put food in front of them. That’s more than enough, right? Well, this wedding guest responded to a wedding invite with a very specific vegan food request, and some people think they took their demands too far…

Wedding Guest Responds To Invite With Specific Vegan Food Request

Couldn’t Believe It

The specific vegan food request made its way into the public eye when the bride in question decided to post the invite on social media. However, she didn’t just post about her epic calligraphy or the color of the invite. This photo instead focused on the reply from one particular couple. While one member of the couple was fine with whatever food they had on offer during the reception, the other was a bit more demanding in terms of what they wanted.

Vegan Meal Request

On the back of the RSVP, the picky wedding guest had written a vegan meal request. Rather than asking for anything that was suitable for a vegan diet, she got pretty specific about what she wanted to eat. This involved a large salad bowl full of mixed greens, complete with cucumbers, red onion, and some sliced grape tomatoes. However, she wasn’t over. She also asked for lots of olive oil on the side, plus some lemon juice if possible.

Wedding Guest Responds To Invite With Specific Vegan Food Request

A Bit Tacky

In fact, the bride posted the photo on a Facebook group called “That’s it, I’m wedding shaming.” She was astounded by the audacity of her guest, and even went so far as to call her request extremely “tacky.” Yet, the bride wasn’t the only one taken aback by the demands. Over 1,500 people commented on the post over the course of one week, and a large majority of them agreed that the guest was making unfair demands. Although many couples do cater to guests that have dietary requirements, they believe that asking for a specific meal is going too far.

Did this wedding guest ask for too much?