-Gary Moretti and Deanna Mifsud were left 'devastated' after Crossroads Hotel in Newburgh, New York, cancelled 30 rooms they booked for their wedding guests
-The hotel rooms will now be used for migrants who are being bussed to Upstate New York to alleviate the pressure on NYC
-Moretti claimed the move could end up costing upwards of $20,000 as they rush to find alternative accommodation for family and friends
A couple's wedding plans are in chaos after an Upstate New York hotel hosting their guests abruptly cancelled their rooms to make space for a migrant influx.
Gary Moretti, 37, and Deanna Mifsud, 35, slammed The Crossroads Hotel in Newburgh after discovering it had cancelled 30 rooms they had booked just weeks before their nuptials.
'It was absolutely devastating,' Moretti told DailyMail.com. 'It really just hit us hard, despite having contracts and thinking we were locked in - it's disrespectful.'