By Suzanne McCarroll

FORT COLLINS, Colo. (CBS4)– A bride-to-be in Fort Collins started getting worried when the wedding guests she invited weren’t responding or sending in their RSVP cards.

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Anne Rosenberg had spent hours of her time and hundreds of dollars on her wedding invitations.

(credit: CBS)

(credit: CBS)

“I was very excited to receive my professionally printed invitations in the mail and I was excited to drop them off at the Loveland Post Office,” said Rosenberg.

She wanted the special postmark that the Loveland location puts on envelopes.

Rosenberg sent out 50 invitations but zero RSVP cards came back.

Anne Rosenberg talks to CBS4's Suzanne McCarroll (credit: CBS)

Anne Rosenberg talks to CBS4’s Suzanne McCarroll (credit: CBS)

“Not one person received an invitation,” she told CBS4’s Suzanne McCarroll.

When McCarroll asked, “So you’re getting married and not one person is coming?” Rosenberg replied, “Correct.”

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The invitations were neatly and professionally addressed to friends all over the country. Rosenberg has called the Loveland Post Office asking about her lost bag of mail.

“The supervisor at Loveland does not have an answer. They simply do not know where they are,” said Rosenberg.

The usually blissful couple is not enjoying this matrimony mystery.

“I am very sad, angry, frustrated,” said Rosenberg.

Her wedding is in early August in Virginia so she says her guests need to start making their plane reservations.

(credit: CBS)

(credit: CBS)

Rosenberg says she’ll probably send out evites now because of time constraints and her current lack of faith in the postal service.

A spokesperson for the Loveland Post Office said, “The Postal Service apologizes for this unfortunate incident. We are working with the customer and have made it a top priority for all our mail processing employees to research the issue with the hopes that we can locate the mail and deliver it promptly to the addressees.”

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Suzanne McCarroll is a general assignment reporter at CBS4. Her stories can regularly be seen on CBS4 News at 5 p.m., 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. Connect with her on Facebook and follow her on Twitter @SuzanneCBS4.