After seeing the post, Couple may want to hold on to the Thankyou notes for the guest reportedly shame on to the wedding day food catering spreading on social media.
The Bridesmaid share the picture of the food which is being served at the wedding which shows slices of plastic cheese’ laid out in a row, trays of celery and carrot sticks, cubes of melon, orange slices with the stickers still on them, a tray of rather sad looking iced brownies.
One person, the comment section wrote “This is literally what I gave my toddler for lunch today minus the chips”. One person commented, while another added, “They couldn’t even spring for a full sandwich? Just half each? Damn.”
And the person says “Another added, “Yeah, that’s the saddest thing I ever saw that didn’t involve puppies getting hurt.” The poster sparked up a debate among the members of the group, along with some of them joining and making fun of the low-cost spread while other people chimed to defend the Couple, about the expenses issue.
Many comments in the section involve both preparation and presentation of food, the one writing “This what happens when you ask your family to cook for the wedding. Several comparisons and assumption is drawn about the budget spread and some uncertainties which are outlined in the event.
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“This makes more sense for toddlers than a wedding, in my humble opinion,” another added.
This looks like a catering spread for work – a low budget one,” one person reportedly wrote.
“They took the time to unwrap hundred of slices of fake cheese but couldn’t be bother to take the sticker off the fruit?” one question.
Many people defend the newlywed Couple.
One person Commented “I attended several weddings for my cousins where the reception was in a rented hall (like a VFW hall or similar). Music was a DJ. And the food was platters of sandwich fixings like deli meat, cheeses, etc. along with other finger foods (all laid out tastefully).
That wedding is a blast comparing to a few weddings I attend, which were much more regal at country clubs and sit-down cater affairs. No reason to go into debt to celebrate the big day. But to each their own.”
“My favourite wedding was my daughter’s. We did it in my parent’s house. I officiated. 12 close family attended. We all cooked dinner together and ate together. Small, intimate, and super inexpensive. Memories are what matter.” Another person Commented
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Well, as in my opinion. Weddings are expensive too, and getting marry is all about celebrating the love of the two love birds. And not binding the day with unmaterialistic things. People should not judge the other’s people wedding.
Those little things which are although the things that people will remember the most, genuinely don’t matter. The most matter is the memories which are going to be remembered for a lifetime—stating that weddings are expensive and maybe the Couple could not afford anything more than the modest offerings.