Mary von Aue was flabbergasted when she received a wedding invitation from a “dear friend.” As a result, Mary resolved to rid the nasty bride and groom by capturing the terrible wedding invite and publishing it on social media. As a consequence, the shocking invitation to the wedding has gone viral, with numerous people striving to figure out why the bride and groom would send such a scary note to their dear guests.
The wedding invitation was not brief and sweet. In comparison to other wedding invites, this couple wrote a rather lengthy description. Unfortunately for them, their cruelty and unusual behaviors only shone brighter with each word they wrote on the page. The following is an image of the invitation with “Important notice” written in big letters across the top.
“Dear friends and family,” the note reads. “Please understand that our venue is limited in the number of guests we will be able to accommodate for our wedding day. As much as we would love to have each and every one of you join us on our big day, we are forced to split our guests into groups to ensure we do not surpass our capacity restrictions.”
The wedding invitation went on to describe the different groups of people who would be affected by the odd rules of their venue.
“Group A: Please RSVP as soon as possible. We appreciate your promptness as we will be able to extend any vacant seats to additional guests.”
Then the bride goes into further detail about “Groups B & C,” which are the lesser-liked attendees.
“Please keep a close watch on our wedding website for notice that we have space available. If you already know that you are unable to join us, it is helpful that you decline via the RSVP function on our website.”
COVID-19 has restricted the number of people who can attend the wedding ceremony since the site is subjected to social distance rules owing to COVID-19. As a result, they asked individuals not to bring their children.
“If possible, we encourage our guests to hire a babysitter for the night and leave your children at home. As much as we love your kids, we are doing our best to make space for all of the guests we can. We also ask for our single guests to forgo their plus one if possible. We appreciate your understanding.”
This wedding invitation had the “You are in Group A” message at the bottom, which was good luck for Mary von Aue.
“I was scheduled to get married in Nov but now have pushed back till 2021. Trying to plan a wedding during COVID was agony. Frankly, I’m fine with this. This makes complete sense to me. I don’t know why there has to be B and C and not just B, but otherwise, this is fine,” one bride commented.
Is this bride’s over-the-top behavior justifiable? Or is she capitalizing on a pandemic in the most beneficial way possible?