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A bride-to-be has decided to seat guests at an undecorated ‘shame table’ AND let them pay for their own food if they don’t RSVP but still pitch up…
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There seem to be no limits for brides who want their special day to go smoothly – and this means that those involved in the affair be very careful not to get in the way of that. One bride-to-be, in particular, has left the net divided with her vengeful plan for guests who don’t RSVP for her wedding but still pitch.
A bride-to-be has seemingly found a way to get everyone to RSVP for her wedding day with a bizarre idea. Taking to a Facebook wedding group, she asked other users if it was “too mean” to put up a “shame table” for guests who didn’t RSVP.
She also writes how it would have a sign that explains that the people sitting at the table didn’t RSVP but still wanted to attend.
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To make matters worse, she also says that if there’s a food truck at the wedding they would pay for their own food and if they have plated meals, those who did not RSVP wouldn’t get anything.
“Is this too mean? I am thinking of putting a shame table lol. It won’t be decorated, might be one of the foldable tables with a name card that says ‘I didn’t RSVP but still wanted to come’ (or still wanted to celebrate to make it less mean).
“If we have a food truck they will need to buy their own food. If we have plate for each person (who RSVP) they won’t have food,” the original post reads.
After facing a considerable amount of backlash she edited the post to add that it wouldn’t be called a shame table per se and would still have a table cloth on it but it wouldn’t have any decor.
Of course, the post blew up as many wedding-goers and brides alike shared their thoughts on the idea. While some thought it was quite reasonable, others referred to her as a savage. We guess to each their own…
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