TikToker shares ‘what not to do’ on a wedding RSVP card: ‘The audacity of folks’

A woman was stunned by what some wedding guests wrote on their RSVP cards. 

Toronto-based TikToker Melissa Baum discusses all things wedding-related. She recently went viral with 1.2 million views when she gave her followers a look at an RSVP card she had received for her wedding. The wedding guest who filled out the card may have taken a few unconventional liberties.

“What not to do on your RSVP card,” Baum said in the video

The card in question was minimal and only had room for the guests’ names, a place for them to accept or decline the invitation, and a line to indicate whether they were vegetarian or not. For the vegetarian question, each respondent was supposed to simply check a box, but this card had some rather extensive notes. 

“No iceberg lettuce, no nuts or beans, dislike red pepper, not spicy, dressing on side with salad” and finally “sensitive to garlic” were scribbled in blue ink on the RSVP card. 

“It’s just one meal, for God’s sake,” Baum wrote in the caption.

When someone suggested the bride “tell them to bring their own food,” Baum replied, “Can I? Considering it.” 

Other users found the additional notes to be obnoxious as well. 

“I mean, food allergies, sure, please absolutely list that. What you like and don’t like? Yeah, no,” someone commented

“I had a grilled cheese food truck at my wedding (vegan and gluten-free options available). If people didn’t like it, oh well,” another said

“The audacity of folks to demand what YOU serve at your wedding,” a person wrote

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