Future Bride wants to give an invite to her wedding as Christmas present

A woman who goes by the handle Throwawayiamcornhlio recently shared on Reddit that she had to put several of her co-workers on the “B” list for her wedding, meaning they’d only be invited of someone declined. Then, after being invited to a holiday party of one of those co-workers, she came up with what she thought was a brilliant idea - making an invitation to her wedding a gift to put into the party’s White Elephant gift exchange, which is a grab bag where people can steal gifts from others participating.

“I see it either as a cute way to invite someone at an earlier stage or it could highlight that some people haven’t been invited, make people feel like they have to beg and dance for an invite, and make people feel way worse if they don’t make the final cut.”

The responses so far haven't been as encouraging as she may have hoped.

  • “So funny though! Her gift, would be that the winner has to buy her a gift and waste a Saturday on her entitled self"!
  • Another added, “I can just see her bringing that as her white elephant gift and everyone trying to pass it off as the gift NO ONE wants"!
  • And someone else said “I mean, it's white elephant so terrible gifts are supposed to be considered OK. Like you laugh at how crappy the gifts are. I got a chia pet one year and another year was a candle that promised to smell like farts. Her wedding invite kinda fits in with these right"?

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