And the award for bridezilla of the year goes to...

Bride sits at table
Bride sits at table

Hen parties, bachelorettes and weddings are supposed to be fun and not just about the bride, right?

This year's bridezilla's didn't seem to agree. From crazy dress codes to even crazier money demands, these brides were running absolutely wild.

Well some women would beg to differ, and their stories are sometimes hard to believe but certainly entertaining. We've ranked them in order of insanity:

1. One bridezilla threatened to delete her friends on Facebook if they didn't cough up R45 000 to attend her big day

2. This bride designed a dress code based on the age and weight of her guests.

3 . Another one cancelled her wedding when her guests refused to donate R21 000 to fund her dream wedding

3. This bridezilla had the most bizarre wedding rules, she had the internet in stitches

4. A bride named Alex fired her bridesmaid via a petty email that went viral

5. One of our favourite comedians created a character based on the hilarity of brides who lose their minds

6. This bride to be took to Facebook to shame the ring that her boyfriend was planning on giving her leaving the internet outraged.

7. The final bridezilla for 2018 was this bride who's wedding was canceled by her hubby after she sent the most heartless message to her sister who had just suffered a miscarriage. Tsk tsk tsk.

Okay that's it. If you have more please share them with us.

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Love, the W24 team.

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