Bride sends bachelorette party attendees invoice: 'If you take the time to split the cost of a honeydew by 7, you are insane'

Sarah Carty
Senior Lifestyle & Entertainment Producer

After her bachelorette party, a woman allegedly sent her friends an itemized invoice — and they’re horrified.

One attendee was so bothered by the request that she took to Reddit to share a screenshot of the message she received from the bride, Sarah.

“So, I received an invoice from the bachelorette party,” the woman, who goes by circumventing_user on the site, wrote in the post.

The image showed that the bride-to-be broke down how much the food, drink, gifts, and decor all cost and split it up among the group of seven.

This bride’s bizarre invoice has gone viral. (Photo: circumventing_user via Reddit)

The bill showed they had spent $82.16 on pizza, $22.66 on vodka and champagne, $5 on plates, and $10 on cotton candy.

The Reddit user said the bride told her the day was BYOB so she only brought whatever she wanted to drink herself, but she ended up having to pay for others.

“The party wasn’t even fun because she was trying so hard to make it a picture-perfect party and it seemed unnatural and more like a business transaction,” the woman wrote. She added in a comment, “I’m sorry but if you take the time to split the cost of a honeydew by 7, you are insane.”

One person asked the woman why the bride forked out $83 on pizza for seven people? “What the hell kind of pizza are you having?” the user asked. “That’s a very good question. There were only four pizzas,” the woman replied. “I’m going to eat the f**k out of her wedding food to make up for it.”

People on Reddit couldn’t believe the bride would send out such a list. “Do not pay this. It’s tacky, and was not previously agreed upon. BYOB means you don’t pay for her booze. Give her $20 and be done with it,” one person said. Another added, “Would offer to stick this invoice where the sun don’t shine and nothing else.”

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