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I’ve Heard Of A Bridezilla, But This Is Ridiculous

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I ve Heard Of A Bridezilla  But This Is Ridiculous BLAKgC8CUAA8ZuF 150x200 jpgI’m always amazed at how brides-to-be that I’ve known get a boost of inspiration before their weddings and lose that extra ten pounds or whatever so they can look fantastic on their big day. I get it. The photos of your wedding day are probably going to be family relics and you should look and feel your best. A California bride is really taking this concept to the next level though – by requesting her guests participate in a three-week cleanse before the wedding so they can all “look and feel their best.” Huh?

Rainbeau Mars is known as the “health guru to the stars.” According to the Huffington Post, an email from her publicist states, “Rainbeau hopes that by requesting her guests try out a vegan, and subsequently live food diet for 21 days, everyone will look and feel their best for HER big day.” Wow. I’m kind of a control freak too, but I would never request this of my guests. If you ask me, requesting that everyone do a three week cleanse before what is traditionally a day filled with drinking and debauchery is just asking for trouble.

Her “big day” is actually a three-day affair in which guests will be subjected to enjoy breath work classes, yoga, and horseback riding. It’s on the island of Kauai – which is amazing – but I would be the bad guest who was ditching everyone to get a pina colada and relax by the pool. I’m thinking that her guests will probably be wanting to do the same if they’ve spent the weeks leading up to the bash enjoying a vegan diet and juice cleanse.

Maybe this is just what rich, healthy people do. What do I know? I’d be interested to know how many guests actually follow her request. I’d be even more interested to see how their newly-cleansed bodies react to an open bar.

(photo: Twitter)

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