This parable concerning the guests who were invited to the wedding is related only by Matthew. Luke also records something which resembles it. But that is really a different passage, as the order itself sufficiently indicates, although there is some similarity between the two.  The matters introduced, however, by Matthew immediately after the parable concerning the vineyard, and the killing of the son of the head of the house, -- namely, the Jews' perception that this whole discourse was directed against them, and their beginning to contrive treacherous schemes against Him, -- are attested likewise by Mark and Luke, who also keep the same order in inserting them.  But after this paragraph they proceed to another subject, and immediately subjoin a passage which Matthew has also indeed introduced in due order, but only subsequently to this parable of the marriage, which he alone has put on record here.