[BLANK_AUDIO] A Minnesota couple had to bail out of attending an adult only wedding last minute when their babysitter cancelled on them. A few weeks after the wedding the couple received a bill from the bride and groom totaling $75.90. Don't forget the $0.90. Sense. A note on the bottom of the bill read, this cost reflects the amount paid by the bride and groom for meals that were RSVPd for, reimbursement and explanation for no show, card, call or text would be appreciated. Though the Minnesota couple does admit they could have informed the bride and groom they could not attend, they have no intentions of paying the bill. All right. So do you all think this is a slayed or a shade? Shade, shade Are you kind of in the middle. Oh, slayed. [LAUGH] I can already see we're not inviting this one back. [UNKNOWN] why is this a shade? Well, I've been singing this song all week and you guys probably know it. Hell to the no. No, no no no no no no no. Are you kidding? No way am I paying for it. You know that when you plan your wedding, you know that there's gonna be those people that fall off at the last minute. You don't expect them to pay for everything. I think that's rude. I'm sorry. I would never pay that. Vivian? I wouldn't say that he was definitely shady. Especially like in our lives, things change all the time. Things come up all the time and your schedule's always changing. Like, RSVP'ing two years in advance, I never Like to do that anyway. I feel pressured to do it because they want the answer, but I hate to do that anyway. So definitely not paying if, you know. Shade. Yeah. Definitely shade. I think I agree with the not paying. Oh, you can't change your answer. We're kinda over. No, no. But I also agree with the bill being sent. So you're like a slashade. Yeah, because of the principle. Okay. If I invite you maybe I only invited a select group of people to come and attend. Mm-hm. And if you don't attend, it's not about the money, but about the fact that you couldn't tell me that you weren't coming. And maybe that took a seat away from somebody else. [CROSSTALK] Now would you still be friends Is with them. Say you didn't hear back from them, they didn't pay the bill, would you still be friends with that couple?>> We should have a talk.>>I don't like the way you said that. He's like we should have a talk.>>If we could communicate about it.>>Outside, in the dark. [LAUGH]
They do say that diamonds are a girl’s best friend and this bride’s Swarovski Crystal beaded illusion necklace has us ready to say “I Do!”
Bride Aisha Marshall said yes to the love of her life and tied the knot in a gorgeous gown on the big day. While her beauty was radiant in each and every photo, it was her neckpiece that truly stole the show.
Not only did the gorgeous and glamorous accessory add detail to the front of her dress but with plenty of jewels dripping in the back, it dazzled as she stood at the altar and while she danced the night away.
Just when we couldn’t get enough of her look, it’s evident that her groom is one dapper gentleman and the entire bridal party came to slay as well and it’s too good for words!
Three snaps for this wedding day slay!