You are cordially invited to celebrate
A Parody of
The New York Times
Along with fully illustrated guides to:
Honeymoon hot spots,
and much, much more.
At four o’clock in the Afternoon.
Or is it three o’clock?
Didn’t you bring the invitation?
Huh? Where the hell is the turnoff?
Back there. I think I saw a paper plate and some balloons.
I just need to eat something. I'm fine.
Remind me how we know these people?
“In this collection, Kasper Hauser reminds us that a wedding announcement is a window into the most goofball daydream a couple can have about itself.... These are not parodies, but little human stories, full of want and hope, even when they involve falconry.”
---from the foreword by John Hodgman
A promo for Kasper Hauser's book Weddings of the Times, a parody of the New York Times wedding announcements.