Post # 1
This is not about me, it’s about a wedding I was invited to. It’s a friend she invited me, ONLY ME! Not SO. (?) It’s important that I go to her wedding. I don’t want to be rude but should I ask if I can bring him? Or should I bring him only to the ceremony and not the reception? I didn’t get a plus one! At least I don’t think I did. I got the standard “M___” and “Number of Persons___”. I’m not sure on invitation etiquette but I’m sure that’s not a free for all to sub-invite any amount of people I want! It’s sad if I have to go alone and leave SO out of it.
Post # 2
PumpkinPie-PeachyKeen: If she’s a friend, I’m sure you can contact her to “clarify if SO is invited or not?”
They may not have extended plus ones unless you are in a long term relationship, living together or engaged. I assume she would know what your status is.
Post # 3
Who was the envelope addressed to?
Post # 4
Personally, I don’t think it hurts to ask. A couple of people asked me if they could bring extra guests, I wasn’t offended that they asked, I told one person yes and the other person no. 🙂
Post # 5
There’s really no harm in asking, if you’re polite about it! I was visting my sister out of town once and she had a wedding to go to, and she politely asked if I could attend and they said yes, as they had cancellations, and it wasn’t a problem at all.
Post # 6
- Wedding: April 2013 - Valparaiso, IN
Go ahead and ask. But unless his name was on the invite or it said ms. Pumpkinpie and guest on the invite, I would say he isn’t invited. But it never hurts to ask if you can at least bring him to the ceremony.