Cassie Warren from Oregon had a lot of thought when planning a wedding with her sweetheart, Jesse. The wedding was not small either. Invitations were to be sent out to 200 guests. Signing and sending out all these invitations takes time, and Cassie just didn’t have the time she wanted.

A few of these invitations were mailed. In a hurry, Cassie didn’t realize she had sent a wedding invitation to her aunt and former uncle’s address. I discovered the error in the most bizarre way.

A few days after the invitation was sent, a message arrived. Inside the message there was a wrong invitation. The gesture was nice. If the person didn’t send the letter, Cassie would never know that her aunt and uncle didn’t get an invite. There’s more to the story, but according to the Inside Edition.

On the outside of the envelope was written the words “Live Long and Prosper.” Star Trek fans remember Mr. Spock, the emotionless Vulcan, who often makes this comment.

At the invitation, Jesse was wearing a Star Wars T-shirt. Although Star Wars and Star Trek are two different entities, they fall under the banner of science fiction. Perhaps the stranger felt a connection with other lovers of fantasy.

The stranger had another surprise for the couple. Send $20 an envelope! The stranger also left a note saying “Congratulations” and “Dinner” for the $20.

Cassie and Jesse took a soon-to-be posted friend to dinner and sent a thank-you note outside to the old address.

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