Funny wedding invitation RSVP goes viral
If this RSVP is any indication, the wedding will be a blast.
Katie Kerr and her fiancé, Chris Sabino, garnered much attention this week after posting their wedding invitation RSVP to Reddit.
“Yes! I will be attending because…” the invitation reads, and the first line item is: “Two words: Free. Booze.”
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Another option for those guests attending: “I’m in your wedding party, idiot. Wait, is this optional?”
"We were just trying to make it different and unique. This is crazy,” Kerr told the Chicago Tribune, on how the RSVP went viral.
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Crazy, maybe, but it’s a welcome Internet hit considering all the bridezilla moments we've recently encountered.
There are also a few funny options for those who will not be attending:
- “I’m lame.”
- “I will be visiting, um, Yemen. Yeah, Yemen.”
- “I don’t know who you people are or how you got my address.”
As someone who has shot a lot of weddings, and seen a lot of wedding invitations, I've never seen one like this. And by the way, it's the best.
My congratulations to the happy couple.
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