Couple Creates The Most Hilarious RSVP Cards Ever

Michael and Wendy, a young couple from Melbourne are getting married in China later this year. Michael is Australian and Wendy is Chinese, so they decided to get married in China where most of Wendy's family still lives.

When sending invitations for their Australian guests, Michael decided to get quite creative with the RSVP card. It asks guests to mark whether or not they can attend.

One option reads, "Yes! I/we will be attending because by amazing coincidence, I have a work conference in Shanghai at exactly the same time, fully funded by my employer including business class airfares." Another reads, "No, I/we will unfortunately be unable to attend because it's another f******' destination wedding! Back in my day, it was reasonable to decline in Yarra Glen on the grounds of distance and the cost of a bus fair."

The fifth option is the best as it reads, "I'm a wanted fugitive in China. It was an innocent mix up. I kept yelling 'fork' as I can't get the hang of those blasted chopsticks. I don't know how this was misinterpreted, but I admit that using an escalating tone, waving my index finger and stamping my feet was ill-advised."

Photo: Hoan Finomaj, aBeckslife/Twitter

Couple gets creative with RSVP cards.

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