Weddings are full of drama and one bride is admitting she may be the instigator of some prewedding chaos.

A TikToker named Sierra revealed that she purposely didn’t tell her friends she was getting married — which means they found out when they received invites in the mail.

“Tell me you live for chaos without telling me you live for chaos, I’ll go first,” the bride-to-be said in the clip, which has been viewed over 7.6 million times.

“For the past two years, I have avoided talking about my relationship with my friends,” the bride-to-be explained. “Because I wanted to see their reactions when they opened their mailboxes and found an invitation to my wedding.”

“They received them today,” she cheekily said, ending the 18-second clip.

The TikToker caused a debate over the unusual way she announced she was getting married.
TikTok/@sometimessierra
TikToker sparks debate after friends about her wedding through invites: 'Chose chaos'
She says her friends have reacted positively to the news.
TikTok/@sometimessierra

The video immediately blew up, with people in disbelief over the method the major life news was delivered to her nearest and dearest.

“You took hard launch to a whole new level,” one user commented.

“Is it me?…. Am I the drama?” another joked.

While many found the move funny, others said it would be a deal-breaker in a friendship, admitting they would be hurt if it happened to them.

“This happened to me and it was extremely hurtful ngl,” one user said.

“I probably wouldn’t continue the friendship tbh,” another agreed, while someone else called the move a “massive red flag.”

In a follow-up video, Sierra explained her reasoning behind the bold method, saying the pandemic played a major part in it.

“I have not seen most of my friends in about two years — not to mention the fact that my fiancé is in the military and stationed in Korea, so he definitely hasn’t seen them in a while,” she said in the TikTok, adding they’ve been together “since they were tots.”

“Most of these people are both of our friends,” she continues. “They just simply didn’t know that I’ve been betrothed to him for quite some time because I decided not to tell anybody.”

Sierra also posted a video proving most of the reactions were positive — although admitted there were some people who found out by the viral TikTok which wasn’t her plan.

“It was effective though,” she mused.



This story originally Appeared on Nypost