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Bride accidentally includes adult website link on her wedding invitations

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

A bride-to-be’s hilarious mix of wedding invitations is going viral on the app.

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

In the video which has been viewed over a million times, Sydney Zotti reveals that she is planning her upcoming wedding, which includes composing and sending out invitations.

“So I got my wedding invitations in the mail today, super exciting,” she says. “Except I made a really big mistake that I’m going to share with you so other brides don’t make this mistake because I’m sure it’s very common.”

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Zotti displays one of his RSVP cards on a cream-colored card with gold cursive text that reads, “Please respond by March 1 to our wedding website.”

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

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

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

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

On the detail map purporting to show the reception location, Zotti used “The Super Eight Motel” in Bentonville, Arkansas.

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

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

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“If you’re a guest, I promise you I haven’t blocked any rooms at the Super Eight Motel,” she assures viewers. “And if you’re my mom, I’m sorry, I’ll fix it.”

“I think it’s funny personally, but I don’t think anyone else is going to think it’s funny, especially my family…and literally anyone else,” she adds. .

However, many Tiktok users disagreed with Zotti and found his mistake hilarious.

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

“Aha! You’ll need to frame a copy of one of these with your real invite so you can always open the frame and come back to it,” another user wrote.

Zotti posted a follow-up video, revealing to curious viewers what his mother thought of the confusion.

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

” I crack!!! Did it say the message reads.

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

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

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

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