dealing with people who aren't invited but think they are….

posted 3 years ago in Etiquette
Post # 3
Member
861 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: February 2016

@MsGinkgo:  We haven’t really booked anything yet, we’re in the planning phase. Picking colours and theme and the figuring out the budget which is not as fun.

OR

Yeah the main issue we are having right now, is all the venues we like/can afford have a smaller capacity and both fi and I have really big families. Makes it tough.

 

OR more blunt

*head nod* unfortunatley we can’t invite everyone we wish we could. With a huge family and weddings costing a fortune, we have to buckle down take a look at the guest list and make some tough cuts. Now that I know how much it is per plate, we can’t have as many people as we thought we could

 

Worst that happens she is pissed and immature about it but nice or not if she was THAT important she’d be on the A list. Also all of those responses are in good taste, and not shaming the person or flat out saying “well you are NOT invited…feel free to send a present we’re registered at Bed, Bath and beyond”

Post # 5
Member
1302 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

Blame it on the venue “Fiance and I fell in love with this venue, unfortunately it has a small capacity and we have such large families. We wish we could invite everyone!” or blame it on your budget…

 

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