A bride-to-be who called off her $30,000 Indiana wedding with a week to go is now hosting a dinner for 170 homeless people at what would have been her reception.
Sarah Cummins was due to marry her fiance Logan Araujo on Saturday at the Ritz Charles reception venue in Carmel, just north of Indianapolis.
They cancelled the wedding last week but found they were unable to refund the cost of the reception dinner for their 170 guests, the Indy Star reports.
Sarah Cummins, 25, was due to marry her fiance Logan Araujo in Carmel, Indiana on Saturday but called off the $30,000 wedding a week ago
The Purdue University grad student decided to donate the reception to several homeless shelters in Indiana and invited them to dinner at the venue on Saturday night.
She has not revealed the reasons behind the cancelled wedding but the couple had been planning their nuptials for two years.
'It was really devastating. I called everyone, canceled, apologized, cried, called vendors, cried some more, and then I started feeling really sick about just throwing away all the food I ordered for the reception,' Cummins told the IndyStar.
The staff at the Ritz Charles are rearranging the seating plans to get rid of the bridal table but Cummins and her