A Minnesota woman says she got a bill for $75 after she was forced to miss a wedding.
Jessica Baker told KARE-TV she RSVP’d “yes,” but her babysitter (her mom) had to cancel at the last minute on the day of the wedding.
Baker said the wedding invitation specified “no children,” so bringing her kids was not an option.
A few weeks later, she got a bill (above) for the meals that she and her husband didn’t get to eat. Two “herb-crusted walleye” orders, plus tax and service charges, came to $75.90.
A note stated, “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.”
Baker said she has no plans to pay.
Wedding experts recommend that couples plan in advance to have a few more or less guests than anticipated.
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