FUNNY

Florist Shares Conversation With Bride Who Expected Her To Work For Free

by Jack

Weddings can be the single more important and special days of someones life. They can also be one of the most expensive. From venue hire, to food and drinks, to the suits and dresses, to the music and the flowers there is a million and one hidden expenses along the way to your special day.

You can see why someone might try to cut a few corners for the sake of savings along the way, however the way that this one bride went about it was truly ridiculous.

This thread popped up on Imgur and shows a florist's conversation with a bride-to-be where the bride requests a beautiful centerpiece for her tables... and then asks her to do it for free. Read on below.

It starts off fairly civil with a design idea from the bride.

It starts off fairly civil with a design idea from the bride.

Before Bridezilla immediately scoffs at the costs of someones hard work.

Before Bridezilla immediately scoffs at the costs of someones hard work.

Before then requesting that the florist buy the flowers at wholesale, and then do all the work for free. Essentially meaning that she would get the entire thing for just the base price of flowers, making the florist $0

Before then requesting that the florist buy the flowers at wholesale, and then do all the work for free. Essentially meaning that she would get the entire thing for just the base price of flowers, making the florist $0

The florist grew quickly sick of this woman and suggested she try somewhere else, to which the bride responded with the same bitchiness you have learnt to expect from her.

The florist grew quickly sick of this woman and suggested she try somewhere else, to which the bride responded with the same bitchiness you have learnt to expect from her.

As you can imagine 80 hours of work for no pay is not something that any sane person would agree to, so the florist politely declined the offer. The average cost of wedding flowers in the U.S. is around $1,400 with most couples spending between $700 and $2,500, according to The Wedding Wire.

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