EVERY bride wants their big day to be perfect - but one woman might have taken that a little too far.
A wedding guest has revealed how a bridezilla demanded she cover her tattoos and dye her blue hair or be banned from the nuptials.
The guest, from Melbourne in Australia, posted in a wedding shaming Facebook group that she had been invited to a wedding in the middle of summer - but that the bride-to-be's stress had got the better of her.
While 96 per cent of people getting married admit to being stressed about the event, this woman was simply being rude.
Explaining that she has tattoos on both arms down to her wrists and pastel-coloured hair, the guest was left shocked when she received text messages from the bride telling her to wear a long sleeved dress or a jacket, and dye her locks back to their natural colour.
Sharing screenshots of her demands, the woman told her guest: "So with my wedding, I wanted to ask if you could please make sure your tattoos are covered and could you maybe fix your hair up so it's a natural colour?
"We've put a lot of work into our theme and I'm sorry but your look clashes with it. Even if you just put some spray or something on your hair for the night."I just want it to all look perfect and I can send you some ideas, nice long sleeve dresses for you to wear or just wear a jacket."
The guest responded: "The wedding is in summer so I'm not sure I could wear a long sleeve dress or jacket?
"I'm really sensitive to heat so I just don't think I can do that if it's a hot day.
"I can look into a spray I guess, I definitely can't dye it because it's been a lot of work to lighten it to this blue and I'm planning to go a big darker but yeah. I'll look into some options for my hair."
The guest told her she was strapped for cash and pointed out that she wasn't in the wedding party, but the bride replied: "Your money issues aren't my problem.
"It doesn't matter that you're not in the wedding party, you'll still be in photos and you will ruin them.
"You're very pretty normally but your look doesn't work for my wedding and it is very fair to ask you to do something simple so that my day is perfect."
The guest finally revealed she planned to bring it up with her fiancé in person in a fortnight's time.
Yesterday, we told you how a bride sacked a make-up artist after finding out she is gay.
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And a bride-to-be was mocked after revealing her boyfriend proposed by sticking the ring in a McDonald’s Big Mac.
Despite her polite rebuttals, the bride-to-be shot back: "I know it's hot but it's my one day so if you can't suck it up, I feel like you don't really care about me or [groom-to-be] and probably shouldn't come.
"I'm not asking much and it's not my fault you get hot. Buy some makeup for your tattoos then if you want to be at my wedding, you'll figure it out.
"If you turn up on the day without anything covered, you won't be let in to the venue."
The guest replied: "Wow, so if I don't give myself heat stress I don't love you guys? Makeup that covers tattoos is crazy expensive."