These are of one mind, and they hand over their power and authority to the beast. They will make war on the Lamb, and the Lamb will conquer them, for he is Lord of lords and King of kings, and those with him are called and chosen and faithful. Revelation 17:13–14, ESV
The parable of the Wedding Feast, which we find in Matthew 22:1–14 is part of Matthew’s discourse on the Kingdom of God, which has many parts. Chapters 18:1–23:39 makes up The King’s Administration part of the Kingdom of God, therefore, the parable of the Wedding Feast would definitely be within that. Jesus tells this parable as part of a set of Kingly parables after his Triumphal Entry, the cleansing of the Temple, and the cursing of the Fig Tree in Matthew 21. Matthew describes our Lord’s Triumphal Entry in Matthew 21:1–11. He describes His cleansing of the Temple in vv. 12–17. In vv. 18–22 He curses the Fig Tree. Following that His authority is challenged by the Jewish leaders in vv. 23–28. In response to that, He tells them several parables. The first is the Parable of the Two Sons in vv. 28–32. Then He tells the Parable of the Tenants in vv. 33–45. I pray you see the pattern.