Here’s how the Obamas responded to a woman’s wedding invitation
Liz Whitlow, from Texas, invited the Obamas to her daughter Brooke Allen’s wedding in March and received a congratulatory card signed by both of them.world Updated: Aug 04, 2017 15:08 IST
A woman recently sent a wedding invitation to the former US president Barack Obama and his wife Michelle, and she received a congratulatory card signed by both of them.
Liz Whitlow, from Texas, invited the Obamas to her daughter Brooke Allen’s wedding in March and received the response on July 31.
“Congratulations on your wedding. We hope that your marriage is blessed with love, laughter, and happiness and that your bond grows stronger with each passing year. This occasion marks the beginning of a lifelong partnership, and as you embark on this journey, know you have our very best for the many joys and adventures that lie ahead,” their letter read.
When Allen found out about Obamas’ message, she took to Twitter to share her excitement.
“MY MOM DEADASS SENT THE OBAMAS A WEDDING INVITATION BACK IN MARCH AND JUST RECEIVED THIS IN THE MAIL. IM HOLLERING,” she wrote.
MY MOM DEADASS SENT THE OBAMAS A WEDDING INVITATION BACK IN MARCH AND JUST RECEIVED THIS IN THE MAIL. IM HOLLERING😂 pic.twitter.com/cUiRRAfrvD— brooke. (@96_brooke) July 31, 2017
Her tweet immediately caught the attention of the fans of the former first couple and received more than 45,000 retweets and 200,000 likes within a few days.
Allen even shared a screenshot of her conversation with her mother where she says she didn’t invite the current President Donald Trump.
Many came forward to share the letters they received from the Obamas.
I sent them one of my high school graduation announcements and I got this back a month later 😭😭 I love the Obama family 💙💙💙 pic.twitter.com/oN9w7iQAYS— Aubs (@strawbreeee) August 2, 2017
Did this when our daughter was born back in October! I felt like I had to hurry up and get one before Obama left office lol pic.twitter.com/SPTBlfoEXs— Rae (@1Rae_XO) August 2, 2017
I sent him one of my grad announcements when I graduated and I got this back, nothin but respect for MY president :') pic.twitter.com/ECT1LVV7ix— stay c (@staceylinkk) August 2, 2017
During Obama’s tenure, the White House received around 20,000 messages addressed to him each day, according to the BBC. Although he is no longer in service, it seems the Obamas continue to stay in touch with their fans with their sweet gestures.