A bride was left heartbroken when more than half of her guests didn't bother showing up to her wedding reception.
Gray, from the US, invited her 88 guests including family, friends and colleagues to celebrate with her as she exchanged vows with her partner, Nyx.
She even made a spreadsheet listing all RSVPs and booked a venue that can hold the party.
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But her wedding was "ruined" as she looked at the empty room with only a few guests around.
In a video Gray posted on TikTok, she said: "88 people said yes and not even 40 of them showed up.
"Feeling like that kid that would always be left out right now."
She looked at her watch and panned the camera across the empty hall, adding: "It was supposed to end in an hour.
"Picking up my own wedding early, it's not happening."
Gray mentioned in the captions that she and her groom sat in the empty room crying as they had to end the recption early.
"Nyx's family immediately left after pictures, my mum didn't say a single word to me until my dad made her," she continued.
"I cancelled my dream send-off, cancelled dinner at my favourite place, the DJ felt so bad he made us use the photobooth I hadn't touched and took pictures together.
"Most of these people were my co-workers and they were so excited and were talking to me about it for months."
Viewers felt for Gray and some suggested to throw her an alternative wedding with the TikTok community.
One wrote: "Let's have a wedding re-do! We are all coming!"
"Just have another wedding with us, we will bring the energy unlike these guys," a second shared and a third noted: "The guests look so bored like, these are not your people.
"You and your spouse deserve people who look happy for bid days like this!"
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