• July 23, 2024

Nobody Showed Up To Her Daughter’s Birthday Party, Her Reaction Is….

A Salt Lake City, Utah mom was left heartbroken when not a single person showed up for her daughter’s third birthday party.

Breanna Strong, a 27-year-old mother of three gained a lot of attention on TikTok after she revealed that no one had attended her young daughter Avery’s birthday party over the weekend, despite 27 people being invited and 13 saying ‘yes’.

Breanna even booked a party room, decorated it to the nines, bought pizza and cake, and waited with her daughter for the guests to arrive.

Now, Breanna has opened up about the heartbreaking ordeal exclusively to DailyMail, revealing that she was completely devastated for her young son, who didn’t even get a chance to enjoy his cake and had to sit down and eat it.

“I created my own invitation and sent it to multiple friends, with responses of, ‘We will be there,’ ‘Can’t wait, the kids will be so excited,’ etc.,” she recalled to DailyMail “I even created a Facebook event. I invited 13 different families, with 27 children amongst them all. The day before her birthday party there were seven families who had RSVP’d saying they were coming. I was accounting for 13 kids to come.”

The caption on the video reads, “We invited 27 kids to Avery’s 3rd birthday party. Not a single one of her friends showed up.”

The video shows Avery in the party room all by herself. Avery is seen sitting on a bench in the decorated party room enjoying her pizza. She didn’t seem to realize that no one showed up for her, but her mom certainly did.

After showing Avery, the video cuts to the garbage with the remaining pizza being thrown out. “Money and time wasted,” the caption reads.

Breanna blamed the “careless” parents she invited to the party for standing them up without any explanation. She didn’t receive messages from her parents letting her know that they weren’t going to be able to make the party after all. Instead, people simply did not show up for the date at the venue and allowed the mother and her daughter to feel neglected and unloved.

Breanna said that not having anyone show up “hurt her feelings,” but she’s comforted that she knows now “who her true friends are.”

Before sharing the details with TikTok, Breanna first posted to Instagram. Breanna first shared the news that no one showed up to her daughter’s party via Instagram Stories, which she wanted to do because she “knew the parents who were invited would see it.” And they did see it and according to the mom, many reached out to apologize for missing the party, but she didn’t care.

“I received messages from those who were invited informing me, ‘It was an awful morning with the boys,’ or, ‘I’m so sorry. We forgot,’ or, ‘I wish we could have come! The kids aren’t feeling well,’” she explained to DailyMail.

Breanna thinks the apologies are too little too late, and she’s not interested in excuses.

“To me it was very careless of the parents who were invited. I sent texts, posted in the event on Facebook several times and even made a post on Instagram about how excited Avery was about her party tomorrow,” she explained.

“It’s a lot of time, effort and money to set up special events for anything. RSVPs are not what they use to be.”

Although no one came to the party, Breanna still had to pay full price. Fortunately, Kidstopia felt pity for Breanna and her daughter, so they allowed her to pay for the smallest package for $200 instead of the larger package that she had booked.

After sharing her ordeal on TikTok, millions of people heard what happened at her daughter’s party, she had a lot of kind people reach out.

“I have had several hundred messages asking about how people can help make Avery’s birthday special,” she shared with DailyMail.

“People have been asking for an Amazon wish list to send gifts, I had a family ask if they can send us to Disneyland, and impersonators who dress up as Elsa from Frozen [want] to FaceTime with Avery to wish her a happy birthday.”

Breanna wishes she “could give [Avery] the world because she most certainly deserves it.” However, she’s happy that “thousands of people across the world” have left kind birthday messages for her daughter.

Watch the video below for more details:

Sources: AWM, DailyMail

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