Most of us know the feeling of looking at a wedding registry, and seeing if there’s an option to SORT BY PRICE. Look, we all love our friends . . . but why do we have to buy them a $900 vacuum?
Well, be thankful that you don’t know THIS bride.
A woman posted a gift list on Facebook, which was packed with luxury items, including: “Gucci or Louis Vuitton purses . . . new floor tiles for the entire house . . . a new car . . . any ‘HIGH CLASS’ paintings or decorations . . . $400 in cash . . .
“$400 or more gift cards to the following places: ‘Fifth Sak’s Avenue, Bloomingdales, Nordstrom, Calvin Klein, Gucci, Whole Foods, Sprouts, [and] maybe even JCPenney’ . . . and ‘any KitchenMaid appliances over $350.'”
The woman went on to list the specific – and very expensive – presents:
- Any KitchenAid appliance over $US350, this does NOT mean kitchen items like an apron or a spatula. I’m talking about their stand mixer, blender etc.
- Any Gucci or Louis Vuitton purses. Other purses are allowed but please consult me first.
- Any clothes over $US400 from Calvin Klein, Moschino or Nora’s
- New floor tiles for the entire house (I know this one is a bit of a stretch, but I’d gladly appreciate it)
- A new car or a new trim for my car, or anything in relation to the care
- $US400 or more gift cards to any of the following places: Sak’s Fifth Avenue, Bloomingdales, Nordstrom, Calvin Klein, Gucci, Whole Foods, Sprouts, maybe even JC Penny. Other places are acceptable but please talk to me first.
- Any HIGH CLASS paintings or decorations totalling $US400 or more
- A cash gift of $US400 or more
She said guests MUST pick off this list, or “consult her first,” and added, quote, “There are no exceptions . . . I am expecting everyone to spend AT LEAST $400.” She said she’ll “accept slightly lower amounts,” but you have to ask her first.