If anybody has any objections, speak now or forever hold your peace.
What was supposed to be the most special day of this couple’s lives could now end in disaster, all due to one little slip-up with the mail.
Have you ever sent the wrong text, or perhaps sent an email to the wrong address? Mixing up names and numbers is part of human nature, and we’re all prone to error, especially under stressful circumstances.
The story of Keith and Chad from Canton, Ohio starts the same way, but then takes a terrible twist, all because their wedding invitation ended up in the hands of some angry homophobes.
They were planning their big day when they got this letter…
“We honestly never thought that we’d be able to do it.”
Keith and Chad met nine years ago and have been in love ever since. Though it’s been nearly a decade, they didn’t think they’d ever be able to be happily married given federal laws and public opinion– but all that has changed in recent years. Now, they’re finally preparing to tie the knot.
While waiting for RSVPs, they got something shocking in the mail.
Keith and Chad carefully selected their guest list, wanting to share their special day with family and friends. That’s why they were startled when one of the RSVPs included a hateful letter threatening to publicly protest their wedding.
“We thought we knew the people that were coming, and I guess we didn’t know all that well.”