Couple Allegedly Offers Wedding Guests Better Food Based on Their Gift

A sumptuous meal of surf and turf with lobster

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Weddings are expensive.

But basing a wedding's guests dinner on how much they spend on a wedding gift seems more than a little cringey.

On Reddit, a picture of an RSVP ticket showed that guests could choose their meals based on how much they planned on spending on a gift. The more expensive the gift, the better the food choice.

Here's how the tiers worked:

"Loving Gift:" up to $250 includes meals like roasted chicken and swordfish.

"Silver Gift:" between $251 to $500, included options like sliced steak and poached salmon.

"Golden Gift:" between $501 to $1,000, upgraded meals to filet mignon and lobster tails.

"Platinum Gift:" between $1,001 to $2,500, allegedly offered two-pound lobsters and a souvenir champagne goblet.

There was also a vegetarian & Kosher options with the "Platinum Gift" option only.

SOURCE: r/Wedding

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