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Couple sends Rs 17,700 invoice to 'no-show' wedding guests; post goes viral

According to the invoice, the wedding reception was held at the Royalton Negril, a resort in Negril, Jamaica. The explanation for the charge being delivered was stated as follows: "No call, no show guest." The invoice is dated August 18, and the visitors have one month to pay the money.

Couple sends Rs 17,700 invoice to 'no-show' wedding guests viral gcw
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United States, First Published Aug 29, 2021, 7:53 PM IST
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Ghosting, or the act of failing to react to someone without offering a reason, has become a widespread word in dating culture. When a wedding guest ghosts the bride and groom, it may appear more irresponsible because the hosts have prepared the event and logistics based on the number of individuals in attendance. So, when a wedding guest did not show up despite having RSVPed to the pair, the bride decided to issue a one-of-a-kind wedding reception invoice. The bride produced a unique invoice and requested them to pay $240 to cover the supper expense allocated for the so-called "no show" wedding guest (Rs 17,700).

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On Wednesday, Philip Lewis published the invoice on Twitter. Lewis expressed his surprise in the caption, saying, "I don't think I've ever seen a wedding reception invoice before."

 

According to the invoice, the wedding reception was held at the Royalton Negril, a resort in Negril, Jamaica. The explanation for the charge being delivered was stated as follows: "No call, no show guest." The invoice is dated August 18, and the visitors have one month to pay the money.

The bill is also accompanied by a letter that states, "This invoice is being issued to you since you confirmed seat(s) at the wedding reception during the Final Headcount." The price listed above is for your individual seats. Because you did not call or give us adequate notice that you would not be attending, this is the amount you owe us for paying for your seat(s) in advance. You have the option of paying using Zelle or PayPal. Please contact us and let us know which payment option works best for you. Thank you very much!"

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