Mar 5, 2012

Crashing a Wedding

Have you ever thought about crashing a wedding? This would be your opportunity to enjoy a good meal and meet new friends.

If you really want to be successful at this you should actually attend the wedding ceremony and not just show up at the reception. You also want to be dressed for the occasion whether it is a formal or informal wedding and bring an inexpensive gift make sure that it is wrapped appropriately.
To be successful you might want to try to pass yourself off as a distant relative. Most weddings have family member's from all parts of the country from aunt Jane from Florida to uncle Joe from Timbuktu. You should try to pass yourself off as a distant cousin. You should try to stay away from the immediate family of the bride if asked you could be a family member from the groom side. Another golden rule is not stay too long or call any attention to yourself. Do not get into any long-term conversations with anyone. Good luck and don't get caught.

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