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* BrickJoke: When Eloise tells Jo that [[spoiler:she thinks her baby is a girl, Jo tells her not to name it Jo]]. Eloise is a bit taken aback at the suggestion that [[spoiler:she'd name her baby after someone she just met, until Jo clarifies that she just meant that Jo is a terrible name for a girl.]] In the epilogue, it's revealed that [[spoiler:the baby is actually a boy, and she named him Joe.]]


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* MeetCute: Subverted. Eloise has an awkward first encounter with a handsome, charming wedding crasher outside the ballroom, and they later flirt, dance and kiss, but eventually she discovers that he's actually [[spoiler:the groom at the other wedding reception that the hotel is hosting.]]


* WeddingDay: Downplayed, since the movie doesn't focus on the wedding/reception of Francie and Douglas, but on Eloise and the other guests at Table 19 who "should have known to RSVP regrets, but not before sending something nice off the registry."

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* FamilyOfChoice: By the time of the epilogue, Walter freely refers to the other Table 19 guests as his family.

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* IWillFindYou: Eloise does this with Huck, getting the wedding photographer to find a photo of the two of them, then finding someone on the hotel staff who recognizes him from the photo, then going to the ballroom where [[spoiler: he's the groom at another wedding at the same hotel.]]



* RomanticFalseLead: The trailer hints that Eloise will end up with a brown-haired guy known as Huck. Turns out that hes a wedding crasher. However it also turns out that hes [[spoiler: getting married at the same hotel.]]

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* RomanticFalseLead: The trailer hints that Eloise will end up with a brown-haired guy known as Huck. Turns out that hes a wedding crasher. However it also turns out that hes [[spoiler: getting married he's the groom at another wedding at the same hotel.]]

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* RomanticFalseLead: The trailer hints that Eloise will end up with a brown-haired guy known as Huck. Turns out that hes a wedding crasher. However it also turns out that hes [[spoiler: getting married at the same hotel.]]

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* BirthDeathJuxtaposition: The closing scenes reveal that [[spoiler:Jo has passed away, and that Joe was named after her.]]


* BookEnds: The movie begins and ends with a series of scenes showing the lives of the characters. Also, the wedding invitation and RSVP card in the opening scenes is mirrored by [[spoiler:the birth announcement]] in the closing scenes.

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* BookEnds: The movie begins and ends with a series of scenes showing the lives of the characters. Also, the wedding invitation and RSVP card in the opening scenes is are mirrored by [[spoiler:the birth announcement]] in the closing scenes.


* GenderBlenderName: Jo said that Joe/Jo is a "good enough name for a boy, but a terrible curse for a girl."

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* GenderBlenderName: Jo said that Joe/Jo her name is a "good enough name for a boy, but a terrible curse for a girl."



* MistakenForServant: Bina's jacket matches the jackets worn by the catering staff.

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* LowerDeckEpisode: In a sense, the movie becomes this by focusing primarily on otherwise insignificant guests at the wedding of Francie and Douglas.
* MistakenForServant: Bina's jacket matches the jackets worn by the catering staff. HilarityEnsues.



* WeddingDay: Downplayed, since the movie doesn't focus on the wedding or the reception, but on Eloise and the other characters who "should have known to RSVP regrets, but not before sending something nice off the registry."

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* WeddingDay: Downplayed, since the movie doesn't focus on the wedding or the reception, wedding/reception of Francie and Douglas, but on Eloise and the other characters guests at Table 19 who "should have known to RSVP regrets, but not before sending something nice off the registry."

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* SexlessMarriage: Bina and Jerry's marriage had become this.
-->'''Bina:''' "Wow, the last time Jerry and I did this was the last time Jerry and I had sex. Three... Actually, over three years ago. But no one's counting."


* BookEnds: The movie begins and ends with a series of scenes showing the lives of the characters. Also, the wedding invitation and RSVP card in the opening scenes is mirrored by [[spoiler:birth announcement]] in the closing scenes.

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* BookEnds: The movie begins and ends with a series of scenes showing the lives of the characters. Also, the wedding invitation and RSVP card in the opening scenes is mirrored by [[spoiler:birth [[spoiler:the birth announcement]] in the closing scenes.


* BreakUpBonfire: The movie starts with a variation, as Eloise lights the RSVP card on fire.

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* BookEnds: The movie begins and ends with a series of scenes showing the lives of the characters. Also, the wedding invitation and RSVP card in the opening scenes is mirrored by [[spoiler:birth announcement]] in the closing scenes.
* BreakUpBonfire: The movie starts with a variation, as Eloise lights the wedding RSVP card on fire.

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* GenderBlenderName: Jo said that Joe/Jo is a "good enough name for a boy, but a terrible curse for a girl."

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* ComicallyMissingThePoint: The wedding toast: "You are Romeo and Juliet, and we all wish you the same happy ending."


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* HormoneAddledTeenager: Renzo skipped his junior prom, hoping he'd have "a better chance" at the wedding.
* JustGotOutOfJail: Walter is concerned about going back to jail or having his time at the halfway house extended.


* BlatantLies: "This is a great table."
* BreakUpBonfire: The movie starts with a variation, as Eloise lights the RSVP card on fire.



* WeddingDay: Downplayed, since the movie doesn't focus on the wedding or the reception, but on Eloise and the other

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* WeddingDay: Downplayed, since the movie doesn't focus on the wedding or the reception, but on Eloise and the other characters who "should have known to RSVP regrets, but not before sending something nice off the registry."

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