As much as some mother of the brides may hate to admit it, walking down the aisle has become increasingly more casual as the years go on. Gone are the days of puffy sleeves and full-length ceremonies -- many couples now opt for simpler attire and a vow exchange and call it a day. Short and sweet.
The best couples, though, add a little humor to their wedding day. And what is the easiest way to set the scene for your super fun wedding? An RSVP so funny, they'll be laughing on the floor of their kitchen before the day even arrives.
Reddit user St_Jimmy_182 recently submitted a photo of a wedding invite he received in the mail, and we have to admit, it's pretty hilarious.
In the first section, the bride and groom kindly ask the guest whether or not they will be attending. It gets good, though, when you get to the results. "I am family and must attend" and "Two words: FREE BOOZE" are the first couple of options. Next comes a witty, "I am in the wedding party, idiot. Wait, is this option?" And finally, "I want to see if it really happens." Valid.
Next, guests have the ability to decline the invite. Again, the options encourage guests to be honest in their response. "I only like one of you," "I am scheduling a root canal on that day" and "I'm lame. On a scale of one to ten my lameness would be in the 9.5 to 9.8 range" are the only check boxes available. I hope, for the guests' sake, that none of them have to check any of these options.
Finally, the guests have the option to choose which food they want to eat at the wedding. This is usually the best part of an RSVP card, if you ask me. You can obviously "make your own taco/fajita" and indulge on wedding cake or have some "saffron butter cracked lobster (just kidding)." Anyone who is, well, the absolute worst will respond, "I am on a weird diet and will bring a salad and be sad." Womp womp.
As if this invite could get any better than it already is, the bride and groom humbly told guests that the only gifts they wish to receive are bags of cat food, which will be donated to a local Humane Society.
Oh, and you can send the invite back whenever you want. Because let's be honest -- who listens to RSVP respond-by dates, anyway?
And the best part of the entire invite -- the background is a photo of Nic Cage from the movie "Con Air." Done. The end.
If your wedding invite doesn't look like this...why are you even getting married? Idk.