Bride Accidentally Included Link to Adult Site in Wedding Invitations

Planning a wedding can be stressful and it’s easy to forget and make mistakes here and there – just try not to do what this TikTok bride did.

A fun mix of wedding invitations from a bride-to-be goes viral on the app.

The bride shared that she accidentally included a link to an adult site in her wedding invitations.

In the video, which has been viewed over a million times, Sidney Zotti reveals she’s planning her upcoming wedding, which includes writing and sending out invitations.

“Today I received wedding invitations in the mail, very exciting,” she said. “Except I made a really big mistake which I’m going to share with you guys so other brides don’t make that mistake because I’m sure it’s very common.” »

Zotti shows off one of her RSVP cards on a cream-colored card with golden cursive that reads: “Please reply by March 1st to our wedding website. »

Below is a link, however it is not to her wedding website.

Instead, it is a link to the adult site Pornhub.

Zotti explains that she put the website as a placeholder until she got a link to her wedding website and she just forgot she put it there.

She adds that there is more than one error in the invitations.

On a detailed map intended to mark the reception location, Zotti used the “Super Eight Motel” in Bentonville, Arkansas.

Of course, she also used it as a placeholder until she was sure where her appointment would be.

Zottie had no idea of ​​her mistake until she received copies of the wedding invitations.

“If you’re a guest, I promise you I didn’t block the Super Eight Motel,” she assures viewers. – And if you’re my mom, I’m sorry, I’ll fix everything. »

“I think it’s funny for me personally, but I don’t think anyone else would find it funny, especially my family… and literally anyone else,” she adds.

However, many Tiktok users disagreed with Zotti and found his mistake to be funny.

“The lesson here is to not copy and paste placeholders from other browsing tabs,” one user commented, adding a laughing emoji.

“Yep! You will need to frame a copy of one of them with your actual invitation so you can always open the frame and come back to it,” wrote another user.

Zotti posted an additional video revealing to curious viewers what his mother thinks of the confusion.

She shared a screenshot of the text message her mother sent her after she received the invite.

“I’m laughing!!! It says The message reads.

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“She sent me a hyperlink to this site!” If I click on it, it will continue it! Zotti said.

His mother apparently had no idea what the website was and had never heard of it.

Megan Quinn is a writer at YourTango covering entertainment and news, herself, love and relationships.

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