Pay up if you want to eat up is the message one couple is sending to their wedding guests.
An unidentified bride and groom are receiving quite a bit of criticism for offering different meals to guests at their upcoming nuptials.
According to the post on Reddit, the couple allegedly sent an RSVP that stated the amount of money you gift then will determine what meal you'll get.
Per the photo posted in the thread, the breakdown is as follows:
A gift up to $250: Pick either roast chicken or swordfish.
$251 to $500: Sliced steak or poached salmon.
$501 to $1,000: Filet mignon or lobster tails.
1,001 to $2,500 or more: Two pound lobster, a souvenir champagne goblet.
And if you look closely, you'll see the kosher and vegetarian plates are only available at the $1,000 or above level! It's unclear if the couple would have to shell out that much money in order to eat.
Unsurprisingly, the couple is getting absolutely slammed on social media.
"This is the tackiest thing I’ve ever seen," one user commented.
Another replied writing: "Requiring at least $1,001 for the vegetarian or Kosher options takes it from tacky to utter garbage."