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1,531 voters participated in this survey
1. Did you hear about the Minnesota woman who was sent a bill for a meal from a wedding she did not attend?
2. Jessica Baker and her husband RSVP'd to attend her friend's wedding. She was getting ready on the day of the event when her mother called to inform her that she could no longer watch the kids. Children were specifically not allowed at the reception, so Jessica and family stayed home. A few weeks later she received an itemized bill, including tax, for the meals she and her husband did not end up eating. Do you think this is fair?
3. Under what circumstances do you think wedding no shows should be billed for food they did not consume?
Any, if you RSVP you better be there or expect to pay!
If they cancel within one week of the wedding.
If they no call-no show.
If they don't have a reason I find acceptable for missing.
If they also didn't send a gift.
No, reason. It's just tacky to bill someone.
I'm not sure.
Other (please specify)
4. The editor of Minnesota Bride magazine said that all couples throwing a wedding should plan for an overage or underage of 10%, and that most caterers are aware of this as well. Were YOU aware of this when you planned your wedding?
5. If someone doesn't attend a wedding they RSVP'd for, do you think they should still send a gift?
Maybe, it depends.
No, not at all.
I'm not sure.
6. If a friend of yours sent you a bill in a situation like this, would it end the friendship?
10/11/2015 Living 1531 42 By: MamaV1776