No-Show Wedding Guests Get Bill From Bride and Groom for Missed Meals!

30 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Bride sends £50 bill to woman after she didn’t turn up at wedding reception.

Behold the newlywedzillas of the century! A Minnesota woman is outraged after she received a bill in the mail from her newlywed friends demanding that she and her husband pay for their dinners after they were a no-show the day of the wedding.

The bill also came with a note that read: “This cost reflects the amount paid by the bride and groom for meals that were RSVP’d for, reimbursement and explanation for no show, card, call or text would be appreciated.” The wedding invitation stated that children were not allowed, so the Bakers reasoned that since they had no sitter that meant they could not attend the wedding. What the right thing to do would have been,” she said. “Under no circumstances should you choose to follow up after the fact … kind of questioning why they couldn’t attend or much less sending a bill,” she said. Baker does not intend to pay the bill, but she said her favorite response was someone telling her to give that same amount to charity and then send the invoice from the donation back to the newlyweds.

But she understood why couples would be upset after spending a lot of money on the wedding and then some guests skip out, which is why she tells people to notify the hosts as soon as possible if you can’t attend. But she added sometimes things come up. “General rule is prepare for about 10% of overage or underage when you’re planning a big event like that and catering companies are well aware of this,” she said.

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