Weddings are meant to be celebratory events, but planning them takes a lot of work and tensions can run high. Between dress fittings, seating assignments, cake tastings and, perhaps, meddling mothers-in-law, brides- and grooms-to-be can start to feel a little overwhelmed.
When wedding planning gets stressful, a little comic relief can go a long way in reminding the happy couple that even if something goes wrong, everything will be alright in the end.
Hopefully, the couple behind the wedding RSVP card that’s been delighting us all had good laugh about its humorous error.
Check out the card below:
Reddit user Moxin84 posted a picture of this response card with the caption “I’ll have the 10 year old, please, medium rare…”
Obviously, the couple meant to offer guests a children’s entree. But as is, the card seems to indicate that the dinner options are beef, pork or child. Oops!
We hope the couple involved is having a laugh about it, and may this be the only hiccup they encounter as they ride off into wedded bliss.
Hilarious ‘First Look’ Prank
Another bride took the laughs into her own hands when she decided to prank her groom just before their vows. Instead of showing up for their “first look” photos in her wedding gown, Arizona bride Erin Goldberg arrived in old sweatpants and an oversized t-shirt.
“I thought it would be really funny for Ean to turn around, expecting this huge moment of me looking gorgeous in my dress with my makeup and hair done, only to turn around and see me in one of my typically embarrassing casual outfits,” she told Yahoo Lifestyle.
Her good-natured groom, Ean Goldberg, took the prank in stride.
“I was smiling and facing the other way and was antsy, just so excited to turn around and see her,” he recalled. “And when I turned around, the first thing I said that went through my mind was, basically, ‘I should’ve expected that.’”
Best Man Gets In On The Fun
An Indiana bride pulled a similar prank on her hubby, but instead of wearing old clothes to her first look, she sent the best man in her place!
As you can see, the best man was even dressed in a white wedding gown and carrying a bouquet. Both men got a good laugh when the groom turned around to find his best man instead of his bride-to-be:
“It was really hard for me to pull off,” photographer Belinda Russell told Fox News of pulling off the prank — nothing that she had to fight the urge to laugh.