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Posted by KARE 11 on Tuesday, September 29, 2015

A Minnesota woman received a bill in the mail for the meals she missed at a wedding that she RSVPd to, but could not attend.

Jessica Baker was getting ready to go to a wedding with her husband, when her mother called and said that she could no longer watch her grandchildren. The wedding invite specified that it was a "no kids" wedding, so Jessica and her husband did not attend.

Not long after, she received a bill in the mail for $79.50. "You've got to be kidding me. It listed, we would have had two herb crusted walleye and there was also a service and tax charge," said Baker.

Wedding etiquette experts say that a couple should never follow up to find out why somebody didn't attend a wedding, much less send a bill. But they also said that the couple has a right to be upset when somebody who RSVP'd "yes" to a wedding invite doesn't show up, and the meals are wasted.

What is going on with people?? A wedding is an opportunity to invite people to celebrate WITH you. It's not their problem how much you choose to spend on their meal. Granted, it's rude not to show up as well, but what else could Jessica could've done?