Restaurant staff didn’t know they were meant to cater 150 person wedding. Cue awkwardness when the bride asks where the food is on the day of the wedding.
People want their wedding day to be perfect. With the smallest details being scrutinized by the bride and groom, vendors and caterers know just how high stakes the day is.
But even for couples that can let the small things go, some things would ruin their day for them. One example would be actually being able to serve food to their guests.
OP was having a typical Saturday at their place of work. They said that the lunch rush was usually hectic but that the nights were rather slow in comparison.
On this particular night, there would be no more than three people working at the restaurant.
This is when his coworker John received a call asking for their order. When John asked for clarity they said, "You were supposed to deliver our order for a wedding reception an hour ago."
Cue pit in stomach. John rushed to find a manager who would know something about this.
The manager spoke to the caller and tried to figure out what was going on.
That's when they found out that a couple was expecting food for up to 150 people at a wedding reception. They had placed the order through corporate who had neglected to pass the information on to the branch that OP worked at.
With only three people at the helm of an empty restaurant, there was not a lot that they could do. They scrambled to see if other branches could cover the slack but to no avail.
The wedding planner chewed out the manager and ended up ordering pizza and BBQ for a wedding.
OP said that perhaps the wedding planner was new since they had never received any phone calls before this moment to ask about the food.
OP did not know whether anything happened to the corporate employee that misplaced the order.
They also added that they weren't guilty since they didn't do anything wrong.
Commenters were shocked at the mismanagement by the wedding coordinator.
It's usually the norm to check with vendors and caterers a few days before the event and get an update, which this wedding planner didn't do.
Some wondered if there was a deposit.