One couple's strict guidelines for guests attending their wedding has gone viral and it's very interesting, to say the least. The groom-to-be details in a Reddit post the rules that he and his fianc\u00e9e have for their guests. \u201cWe have been clear from the very start that the dress code will be fully enforced,\u201d he writes on Reddit.\r\n\r\n\u201cThe invitations we sent explicitly told our guests what we'd be expecting from them (white tie, no unnaturally dyed hair, no visible tattoos or piercings) and that they were free to decline the invitation if they had a problem with this.\u201d\r\nSoon-to-be wedded couple enforces strict guidelines for their special day\r\n\r\n\r\nHe said the reason for the strict dress code was because of the wedding photos. \u201cOne thing we are really looking forward to is our wedding shoot,\u201d he says. \u201cWe have spent a large amount of our own money on a photographer, who we hired after weeks of research and shopping recommendations. The photographer is highly, highly sought after in our area and we were lucky to book him last year in advance. So naturally we are taking this seriously.\u201d\r\n\r\nRELATED: Rude Wedding Invitation Is Causing Outrage Across The Internet\r\n\r\nHowever, in response to this, many of the guests are responding asking for more flexibility. This includes a guest who asked to bring flats to wear after the ceremony. But, so far, it looks as though there's no hope for guests who want a bit more flexibility. The bride and groom-to-be refuse to accommodate.\r\nThey say that guests are free to drop out if they won't comply with the rules\r\n\r\n\r\n\u201cIn our opinion, while wearing knee-length dresses and suits (rather than a tux) might be appropriate for 'day to day life,' they will doubtlessly look out of place at a wedding that is supposed to be fully formal,\u201d the groom responds. \u201cWe are hosting a private event where we are able to set the rules. Having been to other weddings over the years, we have fully complied with the wishes of the marrying couple and we do not see why we should not be given the same treatment.\u201d\r\n\r\nHe also added that if guests do not want to comply, \u201cthey are free to drop out (even though we will still be paying for their seats now) and not attend.\u201d\r\nHow people are responding\r\n\r\n\r\nWhile a lot of commenters actually agreed with the couple's rules, they did fear that their guest list would be a lot smaller and less fun. \u201cIt is your wedding and you can do what you want, but it\u2019s a wedding, not a photoshoot or a play,\u201d someone writes. \u201cThe stuff about piercings, tattoos, and hair color is especially ridiculous. If all you care about is nice pictures, then hire models. That way they\u2019ll look exactly how you want them to look and they won\u2019t complain. If you want an actual party with real people, you need flexibility.\u201d\r\n\r\nAnother person actually called the 'no flat shoes rule ridiculous, saying that \u201cthere could be older ladies or people who would need to wear flats for medical reasons.\u201d What do you think about these rules?