Bridezilla slammed for issuing seven rules for her wedding including a strict dress code, no phones and a booze ban | The Sun

A BRIDE-TO-BE shared the seven rules she's set for wedding guests on her big day and people were not impressed by her strict stipulations.

The Australian fiancée explained that she had caused a stir ahead of her wedding in February.


Valentine, 21, insisted that no guest should make a pregnancy announcement on her day and that children were banned from the event.

She also expected people to dress to the nines and said she would story the ceremony if she saw anyone get their phone out.

She also said that plus ones would be strictly prohibited as she didn't want to spend money on their food and drinks.

Valentine also said that, despite the party kicking off at 2pm, the bar tab would only start at 5pm to prevent people getting too leathered and leaving early.

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The mum-of-one said she and her partner agreed on the rules together and that people "shouldn't go to weddings" if they couldn't deal with the bride's dos and don'ts.

The most controversial decision was to exclude children from the list – other than their own.

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She said: "This is for a lot of reasons but the main one is we only have 50 seats. We're getting married in a registry, both of our families are quite large. 

"If we brought everyone's children, we'd only have 25 spare seats which is basically our immediate family and that's it."

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Next up, the bride-to-be explained that they would delay opening up the bar tab.

She said: "Our reception is starting at two o'clock, we really don't want everyone to be legless and going home in a taxi before the night has even begun."

The pair were also insistent that no one would get their phones out during the official ceremony.

She said: "I will literally stop what I'm doing in the middle of my vows if I have to and go tell you to put your phone away.

"We are paying $3000 for a photographer, take pictures with us afterwards."

Another rule, which the bride acknowledged could be a "bit harsh" was that no one was allowed a plus one.

She said: "If we wanted them there they would be.

"I do not want to be forking out hundreds if not thousands of dollars for this wedding to pay for drinks and food and entertainment for someone that I don't even know and I really don't want strangers in the photos as well."

Next up, Valentine insisted that people came to her big day dressed up to the nines.

She said: "I want formal dresses, tuxedos, suits, ties, whatever, you have to look good in the photos.

"We are not having jeans and t-shirts my friends."

She also explained that anyone who made a big announcement would be "dragged out" of the event.

She said: "If you announce that you are pregnant or propose or announce that you're engaged I will drag you out – not if you're pregnant, I'm not insane.

"But I will literally get you out. This is the one day I've been looking forward to since I was a little girl, this is not about you. Leave it for another day."

Last up, the bride-to-be said that she didn't want anyone making any announcements about the day or uploading pictures to social media, before they had done so themselves.

She said: "These are not just my rules these are mine and my fiancé's agreed on rules some came just from him, some came just from me, we both agreed.

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"Don't go to peoples weddings if you don't agree with their rules."

The future-bride's clip went viral with more than 650k views, but the responses were so full of "awful" messages from appalled viewers that she was forced to disable the comment function on the video.

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