Couple who crashed a on their first date

The couple that crashes a together... eventually comes forward at the bride's request. 

Carly Wolfson and Ritchie Barry were going on their first date and played a game of chicken, daring each other for a memorable first. Their mission; to successfully crash a .

Mission completed. They would have gotten away with crashing the of Karen and Mike Tufo in Sparta, New Jersey without much fuss, but they left behind some clues for their hosts, who were eager to speak with their uninvited guests. 

Bride Karen Fox is trying to track down this couple after they attended her wedding in New Jersey on Saturday and left behind this Polaroid and a card apologizing for crashing the event

Bride Karen Fox is trying to track down this couple after they attended her in New Jersey on Saturday and left behind this Polaroid and a card apologizing for crashing the event

Carly Wolfson (pictured) and her date, Ritchie Barry, hatched a real life wedding crasher plan 

Carly Wolfson (pictured) and her date, Ritchie Barry, hatched a real life crasher plan 

Barry, when not decked out in wedding attire

Barry, when not decked out in attire

The bride only realized they were wedding crashers when she opened up this card the following morning that contained the photo of the couple and a $1 wedding present

The bride only realized they were crashers when she opened up this card the following morning that contained the photo of the couple and a $1 present

The pair wore attire, created backstories and even sat at the best man's table when their seats were 'strangely' taken at the on August 5.

'I messaged her on Facebook apologizing. I was like I'm so sorry,' Wolfson told CBS New York. 'She was like, don't be sorry. Best gift ever.' 

Karen, the more than gracious bride, really wanted to find the rogue couple and posted to Facebook in her effort to get them to come forward.

Cheers! Karen and Mike Tufo wanted to find the wedding crashers so they could buy them a legitimate drink 

Cheers! Karen and Mike Tufo wanted to find the crashers so they could buy them a legitimate drink 

The newlyweds want to meet their mysterious wedding crashers 

The newlyweds want to meet their mysterious crashers 

The bride didn't want to scold them for ruining her special day, she just wanted to buy them a drink.

'I'd like to thank everyone who shared our special day with us... especially these 2!' she wrote on Facebook, alongside a photo of the crashers and their card.

'Well played my friends... well played!!! I need

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