When planning a wedding, you can choose to be more traditional or more personal—and you can also be downright irreverent.
A couple from Kent decided to be embrace irreverence, cursing profusely on a wedding invitation that had social media laughing at how hard they were trying to buck the “wedding industrial complex” with four-letter words.
Photos of the invitation were originally posted in the “That’s It, I’m Wedding Shaming” Facebook group and picked up by twitter account @Kelsie, where they have since been deleted. The couple wrote:
“As you know, we got f—king engaged and now we’ve got to plan a motherf—king wedding. You’re so f—king amazing, you made the cut!”
The invitation, which was bordered with a garden-themed design, featured the greeting, “Hey F—k Face” at the top.
In the details section, the couple emphasized that this will be a child-free wedding: “Leave your little sh—ts behind, we want to get f—ked.” They also left guests to fend for themselves when planning accommodations: “Google it you lazy f—ks” (this is actually the correct thing to say).
As for the dress code? “Go butt f—king naked for all we care.”
Twitter had a great time dunking the “edgy” couple.
I can’t believe someone who based their personality around 2010 memes was able to get married tbh
— Dampf (@JohnLansingJr) July 23, 2019
Mrs. Betty Bowers, American’s Best Christian — a beloved parody character — noticed that the couple’s tone changed when talking about their honeymoon fund: “It’s all angry and threatening — until they get the part where they beg for money. It’s like a Baptist church.”
It’s all angry and threatening — until they get the part where they beg for money. It’s like a Baptist church.
— Mrs. Betty Bowers (@BettyBowers) July 23, 2019
BEHOLD THE EDGELORDS
— Dudley Morris (@Dudley_Morris) July 23, 2019
The “dietary requirements” part screams “you’ll either end up ordering delivery or leaving early ravenously hungry because we’re only providing some carrot sticks”
— Big Square Trainer (@BSTrainer) July 23, 2019
The roasting was just as savage on Facebook, where the invitations were called “tacky” and “tedious.”
To be fair, the happy couple can do whatever the fuck they want on their wedding day. Let’s hope they stay married—I’d hate to see the divorce party invitations.
I hope when they get divorced the proceedings turn extra ugly when it comes to who keeps the Funko Pops and Rick & Morty memorabilia
— Goindown2Shambletown (@Gentlemenhugs) July 23, 2019