How to Deal With a Wedding Crasher
Wedding crashers can be a really irritating “accident” – especially when you have spent a lot of time and money to make sure your wedding is perfect from all points of view. How do you deal with it if it happens, though? How do you handle a wedding crasher? We have gathered some of the most important tips for you to keep in mind – so read on and find out more.
• The most common type of crashers are not unknown people. Most often, they come accompanied by people you actually know and whom you have invited at your wedding. To avoid misunderstandings, it is always a good idea to be very straightforward from the beginning and specify on the RSVP how many people are invited (you can add lines where guests can sign if they attend the wedding). This way, most of your guests should understand that plus-ones and/or children are not invited.
• If, however, you realize someone has brought a plus-one with them, the best thing to do is improvise and take it as such. Add an extra seat and ask your caterer to serve the plus-one with one of the extra-plates of food you have prepared.
• Although more rare these days, completely unknown wedding crashers still exist. These people have no relation with you, but they somehow turn up at your wedding as if they were invited. To handle wedding crashers wandering around at your event, ask your venue manager or planner to escort the “extra-guest” out.
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AUTHOR: Bridal Marketing Group