This couple ate, drank, danced and even left a card at the wedding they attended in New Jersey on Saturday night. I was like I'm so sorry, ' 19-year-old Wolfson told CBS New York. "She was like, don't be sorry".
In fact, they want to thank the couple, saying the wedding crashers were the life of the party.
'Well played my friends. well played!
At first Wolfson thought her date for the night would back out of the plan.
Once they got to the wedding, they of course had no place cards for where they were seating. "Get ready!" Wolfson said. "So I was like, alright I guess we're doing this".
New Jersey duo Carly Wolfson and Ritchie Barry wanted to make their first date "the most memorable ever" and even ended up sitting on the best man's table after telling staff their placecards had gone missing. "I knew who was at each table and I saw them and figured, must have been someone we haven't met before", Tufo said.
"I was like, OK what would I do at a wedding?"
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"They were dressed. They were professionals the way they pulled it off", Tufo said.
"We always do a buck for good luck", Wolfson said. He even remembered having them pose for a photo during the reception.
While the bride did notice them tearing up the dance floor with their families, she just assumed they had been invited by her new husband. She said every time she went to address it she got sidetracked.
It wasn't until Fox found a unusual wedding card the following morning that she was able to piece it all together. "Then, the next morning she opened the card pictured below with the 'buck for good luck, ' it also contained the Polaroid picture below that they took outside".
Tufo is referring to the 2005 hit movie Wedding Crashers, where characters played by Vaughn and Wilson schemed their way into weddings for a free party.
The newlyweds are now honeymooning in the Florida Keys.