We've talked about weddings before - they can be a joyous occasion and they can be a complete hassle. But either way, it's always nice to be thought of and included in a couple's special day. But how would you feel about getting an "anti-invitation" for a wedding, telling you to stay home?

According to "The Stir", people are starting to receive the recognizable lacy letters that most of us think of when it's wedding season, but instead of saying "You're invited...", they specifically say, "You're not invited..."

The reasoning is that the soon-to-be newlyweds don't want to leave friends wondering if they're going to be included in the upcoming nuptials, so it's better to give them a heads up in advance, rather than leave them hanging and having to have the awkward "are we or aren't we invited?" conversation in person.

Frankly, seems a little passive-aggressive to me.

So how would you feel if you got an "anti-invitation" for an upcoming wedding? Comment below and let us know what you think!