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Old 02-27-2013, 05:05 PM
 
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Anyone ever been to a wedding reception and have someone show up and not be invited or a complete stranger shows up who no one knows? I had this happen to a friend, The person danced many times with who was with them, ate food ,and helped themselves to the bar. The thing is the person who crashed it was well known in our area,the bride asked them to leave,and they did, But that took guts,to crash a wedding.
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Old 03-01-2013, 01:39 AM
 
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I think that is a pretty rude thing to do. Weddings are not cheap and I would ask the person to leave as well.
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Old 03-03-2013, 08:19 PM
 
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Oh, heavens, I have relatives who did this after a rather formal family reunion and birthday party near a big city. One of them, from a very small town, wanted to see a famous hotel in the area, so the rest drove her over. Then they saw the bridal party arrive and decided to join the fun, since they were dressed up.

Afterwards, my other family members thought it was a huge and clever joke - I thought it was awful, but kept my mouth shut to avoid being viewed as prissy. The general consensus was that since it was a huge reception, no one would ever spot them as party-crashers, and that the hosts had plenty of food and drink anyway, so why not??

So they drank the hosts' champagne, danced with the bridesmaids, faked their way through, and generally made a night of it.

And I'm related to these people?? Must have gotten my genes from some far distant ancestors, or entirely from the other side of my family.

As for this batch of party-crashing relatives, I love 'em, but really...
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