Bride’s invite instructs guests to have hay fever pills on her big day to prevent 'sneezing during the ceremony'… and people are not impressed

Taking to parenting forum Mumsnet, the invited woman told of the "interesting request".

She wrote: "Please remember to take some piriton before arriving.

"The pollen count will be high and the last thing I want is sneezing during the ceremony."

"Paraphrased but similar tone.

"I can't work out if it's unreasonable to ask your guests to medicate themselves so they don't sniffle."

Needless to say, other users were quick to comment on the invite.

One wrote: "I have confused myself as I find this sensible but also hilarious 😂 who would actually say that on their invite 😄".

Another added: "I think telling people to medicate is unreasonable just to avoid a sniff and a sneeze.

"But warning them their ceremony might trigger their allergies is a nice thing to do.

"Maybe the wording could have been less aggressive though."

Someone else wrote: "Hahaha! God I love how loopy weddings make people…!"

Meanwhile, others reasoned that the medication would send people off to sleep mid-ceremony.

One said: "I’d dose myself up and sleep through the whole boring thing, drooling down my top."

Another said: "Do they have shares in that particular brand of antihistamine?

"If I took it, I would fall asleep and the sound of my snoring is worse than a bit of sniffling and sneezing."

What do you think?

In other news, Mumsnetters have been at it again. This time, a Mumsnet user was mocked after asking if too large oranges is too much sugar for her child. 

Also, we also reported how a mum took to the site to seek advice about her husband's "revoltingly shabby" clothes. Apparently, they're a complete "turn off" for her.

Finally, is this Britain's most controlling mother-in-law? One Mumsnet user has revealed that her mother in law tells her what time to wake up and what to wear. 

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