Candace Cameron Bure discussed Mary-Kate Olsen's wedding. Credit: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for Entertainment Weekly

No invite? No problem. Candace Cameron Bure opened up about her former Full House costar Mary-Kate Olsen’s recent wedding to Olivier Sarkozy.

“My invitation must have gotten lost in the mail,” the actress, 39, who played D.J. Tanner on the beloved sitcom, sniffed to Cosmopolitan on Monday, Dec. 7, at the mag’s Cosmo 100 luncheon in NYC.

The New York Post alleged that the wedding — a private ceremony attended by 50 guests — offered “bowls of cigarettes” to the guests to puff on throughout the day.

“I’m not a smoker, so I might not have had much fun,” the mom of three said. “I’m really happy for Mary-Kate though. I really am.”

Olsen and Bure’s Full House dad, Bob Saget, was also not on the guest list.

“I was not invited, but I’m very happy, and I sent a mazel tov text,” the comedian, 59, told the Today show on Friday, Nov. 27.

As previously reported, Mary-Kate and her twin sister, Ashley, will not appear in Netflix’s Full House reboot, Fuller House.

Yesterday, Us Weekly exclusively revealed how the absence of their character, baby sister Michelle Tanner, will be explained. According to a show insider, the show’s characters will mention that Michelle is now living in NYC and working on creating her fashion line — a not-so-subtle reference to the Olsen twins, who both live in Manhattan and are fashion designers.

Fuller House is set to debut on Netflix in 2016.

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