Bride's long list of demands for bridesmaids include 'hitting gym' to fit size 8 dresses, cutting hair shoulder length

text bride sent to bridesmaids
"No offence to anyone but I want it perfect." Photo credit: Getty Images/Reddit.

If there's one thing we've seen time and time again, it's how the prospect of an upcoming wedding can turn normal people into uptight, controlling 'bridezillas'. 

But one US bride might just take the cake after apparently sending text messages with a lengthy list of demands to her bridal party, including that they "hit the gym" to lose weight and cut their hair to shoulder length. 

Screenshots of the unbelievable messages were shared to Reddit by one of the bridesmaids, who added she had dropped out of the wedding as she was a size 12 "with no plans on dropping to a size 8 by December". 

The messages show the bride welcoming her friends into the bridal party and saying she has "just a few things to ask".

"I handpicked all the dresses and bridesmaids that will be there and they will all be a size 8. So if you're not a size 8 I recommend hitting the gym," the bride wrote. 

"No offence to anyone but I have had this planned since I was in diapers and want it perfect."

It doesn't stop there. 

She went on to give more orders about how the group of woman should look. 

"Your nails need to be cut, short and uncoloured. Hair needs to be shoulder length and straight so if your hair is short get extensions. No fake tans." 

She also told them she had some strict rules on kids. 

"We also want no kids at the ceremony. Except for my flower girl. But she will only be present to throw flowers then her parents are taking her home," she wrote.

To finish, she had a monetary request. 

"One last thing: I'll be sending my Venmo and cash app to the ones who haven't paid the $500 donation towards [the] honeymoon in Hawaii.

"Love you guys can't wait to be a wifey."

The post quickly went viral, racking up over 6000 comments from shocked Reddit users. 

"I'll take 'Marriages That Last Less Than a Year' for $500, Alex," one person joked. 

"[Her husband] is either a doormat or rich enough to keep her craziness in check," wrote another. 

"I really hope she gets a well-deserved reality check and there are only four people at her wedding," wrote another. 

Sadly she's not the first bridezilla to go viral. Earlier this year, another was slammed after suggesting her nine-year-old stepdaughter wear shapewear at the wedding.