Former NFL star Keyshawn Johnson and his fiancé Jennifer Conrad went the "most expensive option possible" route when choosing the invitations for their upcoming nuptials. Who needs hand calligraphy when you can have an iPad?
That's right, they sent their wedding invites on actual iPads, as TMZ notes:
Here's what we know ... the iPads were sent to several guests a few weeks ago — and once they're powered on, a program opens informing the recipients about Key's wedding events.
Also included — a photo gallery, guestbook, and countdown to the big day.
The couple also made it easy for guests to buy wedding gifts — by including the registry right on the iPad.
How convenient. I really hope you're able to disable that program once the wedding ends, because how much would it suck if the only use for the iPad was to find out what time the wedding starts and where the couple is registered?
Maybe guests will now feel better about throwing down for a more expensive wedding gift seeing as how they just received an expensive piece of technology in lieu of a piece of paper.
This is what "We have so much money we don't know what to do with it so we just look for ways to spend it" looks like. The only way to top an iPad wedding invite is go ahead and stuff wads of cash into the invite.
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