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I’m a bride and I sold my wedding presents on Instagram, all the guests could see my sales but I don’t care

WE’RE all guilty of regifting the occasional present, or returning a gift without the giver knowing.

But one bride has come under fire after she brazenly sold her wedding gifts on Instagram, for all of her guests to see.


A bride has been slammed for flogging the wedding gifts she received on Instagram[/caption]

The newlywed shared her advert on her Instagram story where guests would be able to see

Taking to her Instagram stories, the newlywed shared a picture of a Samsonite luggage set that she was trying to flog.

Captioning the image, she wrote: “Selling this luggage set!!!

“We got it as a wedding present and forgot to return it…”

She went on to explain that the set had never been used and was still in the box, with the set having an asking price of $450 (£370.)

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Her advert has since been shared on Reddit by one of her followers who was left outraged by her behaviour.

They wrote: “Bride and groom trying to sell presents from their wedding on Instagram…a place where many of their wedding guests follow them…”

Fellow Reddit users were left equally shocked, slamming the newlyweds as tacky.

One wrote: “That’s really trashy.”

“For real, why not just ask for cash… or maybe sell anywhere other than your own Insta. this feels so needlessly rude,” added another.

A third commented: “I’d be so ticked if I saw them 1) sell my gift! 2) sell my Gift for 1/2 of what I paid for it!”

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The post was shared on the subreddit r/weddingshaming.

The group has almost 367,000 members and is described as a “place to shame wedding themes, brides, grooms, wedding party, in-laws, outlaws, guests, Uncle Bob, vendors… you name it, we shame it!”