Come Crash Mike and Mindy's Wedding
After way too long of an engagement, Mike and Mindy are finally getting married. Mindy forgave Mike's elusive foam party in Havasu and the Father of the Bride Tony doesn't have the highest of hopes this will work out, but at least it's going to to be a great party.
We've all seen the movie wedding crashers and dreamed of crashing a wedding so now is your chance. This will be a fake wedding from start to finish, and you are expected to help make this evening a memorable one!
Tickets must be purchased in advance and come with one drink on the house.
Attire: This is a wedding so let's keep it classy.
Here are some tips to successfully crash a wedding.
- Slip into the reception line
- Pretend to be a long-lost relative
- Play the part of a staff member
- Say you're a friend of Bob's
- Tell them you're with the party next door
- Dress the part
- Show up fashionably late
- Keep your conversation generic
- Know which side you're playing for
The trick to wedding crashing is not to be a fly on the wall, but to be so comfortable being there that nobody doubts your reason for being there! When people ask, “Hey, who is this guy/girl?” they’ll just assume that you must be from the other side of the couple that they are from! When you get on the dance floor, do the robot, break-dance, do the moon walk, do the worm with uncle Rick, dance with the bride and groom, get in as many photos as you can! Hell, while you’re at it, give a lame speech or two.
Once you get into the door (assuming there is no one guarding the entrance), be prepared to make idle chit-chat with drunken uncles or cousins. Pick someone who seems out of place there and chat them up. Always be the person to ask if they are with the bride’s or the groom’s side. When they ask you, say the opposite side. Ask rapid fire trivia questions about the bride and/or groom to know things like their occupation, how many brothers/sisters they have, yada yada yada… Essentially what you want to do is gather intelligence to get a better cover story for yourself. Remember when you were a kid and you always wanted to be an astronaut, firefighter, or a marine biologist, but instead now you’re an accountant working in the office dungeon 12 hours a day slaving your butt off for redoing those TPS reports for your boss, because you put on the wrong cover letter because you didn’t get the memo? Well then… Now is the time to be your childhood dream!
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