Someone posted a story on Reddit on how their cousin planned to charge every guest an entrance fee. The bride also set up an exclusive guest list for people who didn't want to "wait in line" to enter the wedding. Reddit user DaintySheep shares the unusual story. \u201cI\u2019m a 19-year-old student, I don\u2019t have a lot of debt, but I can\u2019t be throwing my money around like I\u2019m rich. I have a cousin (26), her wedding is on Sunday, we\u2019re not really close, but we do have an okay relationship.\u201d\r\n\r\nShe continues on that the bride, \u201cmade an announcement this week saying that she\u2019ll be charging 50 dollars for every guest who\u2019s coming. She said that they can Venmo her the money so there won\u2019t be no [sic] problems and everyone who paid will be added onto the \u2018exclusive guest list\u2019 which basically means you won\u2019t have to wait in line while other guests pay.\u201d\r\nBride plans to charge guests entrance fee to get into wedding...\r\n\r\n\r\nThe Reddit user says that upon reading the message, she was incredibly shocked. The bride says she \u201cwanted to get the money she spent on her special day back. I told her I wouldn\u2019t be able to come because this was outrageous and that I wish her well on her special day. She contacted my aunt and my aunt called me cheap and rude. My parents offered to pay for my entry, but I refused.\u201d\r\n\r\nRELATED: Woman Finds Her Lost Wedding Ring In A Bag Of Popcorn After Missing For A Month\r\n\r\nOther Reddit users chimed in, agreeing with the original poster of the story. Most were in agreement that it was unnecessary for someone to charge a 'fee' to get into a wedding. One person comments, \u201cI get people don\u2019t have a lot of money to throw a big fancy wedding, but why can\u2019t they stay within their budget and not expect their guests to pay for their big day?\u201d\r\nMany people online disagree with the bride\r\n\r\n\r\nAnother user points out that \u201cshe probably would have gotten $100+ per guest just through gifts and \u2018recouped their losses\u2019 if she hadn't said anything. Now she's going to lose guests and a lot of those that do come may consider the $50 entry fee their \u2018gift\u2019 and (rightfully so) not get her anything extra.\u201d\r\n\r\nLastly, one user points out that this is an upcoming trend amongst couples. \u201cThe entitlement of bridal couples is appalling. None of my family would show up - and I wouldn't blame them.\u201d\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nWhat do you think about charging guests with an entrance fee for a wedding? Acceptable or unnecessary?