One woman took to TikTok to share her list of controversial rules at her wedding, including unique ideas such as “Everyone must wear black,” and “Females must have their hair up,” and she’s even going to hire a “door-person” to make sure people comply.
Her Optimistic Plan
Kiara De Jesus, a bride-to-be, is turning heads with her unconventional wedding dress code – all guests must wear black!
A Wedding Like No Other
Kiara took to TikTok to share her idea of a wedding with guests wearing entirely black attire, along with a whole list of do’s and don’t’s that have shocked the internet.
Kiara plans to hire a “door person” at the entrance to ensure that her guests comply.
Hair up or Don’t Turn Up
Another strict rule is, “Females must have their hair up” as Kiara intends to be the main character by being the only one with her hair down.
More Shocking Rules
Other rules on the list that will have you shocked include, “No pearl jewelry”, “No red lipstick” and even “No heels” if they’re taller than Kiara herself!
Deadline for the RSVP
Not only does Kiara insist on guests submitting their RSVP on time, she even requests that guests submit their outfit!
Method to Her Madness
In other videos on the page, Kiara admits that the black dress code is symbolizing the funeral of her single life.
Due to these dark wedding videos, Kiara has been dubbed the nickname, “Bridezilla.”
One user explains how they would react to her invite, “Not only would I not go, I wouldn’t send a gift either.”
Another user proclaimed, “My daughter is getting married in May. I’m so THANKFUL she is not this petty!”
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