The bride went on to praise her friends and family for their donations, and let them know what a great time her and her husband-to-be would have spending it.
"We are blessed to have generous family members who gave us these large donations," she said.
"It will help offset honeymoon costs and to scale to an even better future wedding. We really couldn't have made it this far without you.
"Please stay tuned!"
But she didn't stop there, as the greedy bride asked for more gifts from her pals.
"In the meantime I'll be updating our gift fund registry with Amazon if anyone would like to gift us something to take on honeymoon.
"If you have any ideas on where we can go, please PM me or Edward!"
And then, yet again, she begged for even more donations towards the cancelled wedding.
"As mentioned, we will keep you updated when we are re opening our money fund and have a new wedding date that works.
"Don't be too sad, the new wedding is gonna be a HIT," she said.
Before finally signing off her post: "Love you, Pam."
Understandably, the wedding guests were far from pleased at the bride's shock announcement, and took to the comments section to vent their anger.
"Is this a f***ing joke???? After raking in $30k you decide to be greedy and use it all for yourselves," said a family member of the groom.
While one of the bride's friends also thought that Pam must have been joking.
"Pam, what did I tell you about day drinking," she quipped.
Adding: "In all seriousness, is the wedding really cancelled? I've already gotten the time off for December 1 which is less than a month away."
"Alight. Step the f*** back. WHAT?" said another friend of the bride.
And then bridezilla Pam decided to take back control of the comments.
"All, please calm down," she said.
"You're making me feel very attacked and hanged up on.
"You chose to DONATE to ME," she said, seemingly of the impression her guests had given her the money and she could do what she wanted with it.
"If I want to use the money, who cares how?
"I told you the wedding is getting rescheduled, not cancelled," she said.
We bet there'll be something other than confetti thrown at this bride and groom if their wedding does ever actually materialise!