Post # 1
So, yesterday Fiance spent the day with his sister’s family and her husband’s family for their baby’s baptism. I couldn’t go because I was studying. They have two kids now and their little girl is one of our flower girls.
Here’s the issue: We sent FBIL’s parents a STD because their granddaughter and DIL are in our wedding. Fiance comes home ranting about how be doesn’t want FBIL’s parents at our wedding now because it will be awkward. I think it would be VERY rude not to send them an invitation when they already got a STD. And my parents will be the ones sending out invites so I don’t want it to reflect badly on them. Thoughts, ladies?
Post # 3
They got an STD; you have to send an invitation. It’s that simple.
Post # 4
@GreenEyedMoon: that’s exactly what I said.
Post # 5
Why does your Fiance think it’s going to be super awkward?
Post # 6
I also missed the part about why it would be awkward. But I guarantee it’ll be even more awkward if all of the sudden, they’re not invited to your wedding.
If they got a save-the-date, an invitation needs to follow.
Post # 7
I agree that you need to send them an invitation. If they got the save the date, they are expecting the invitation to follow.
Post # 8
It will be awkward he says because no one really speaks to them and they never said congratulations, nice save the date or anything about the engagement or wedding. I guess he doesn’t want the drama between them and his mother. I didn’t plan on worrying about it lol. I understand where he’s coming fron but his side chose to have them on the list so they’re on it for good now in my opinion.
Post # 9
@MrsCoachBtoBee: Tell your Fiance not to worry about it. You’re so busy on your wedding day that you barely get to spend any time with anyone but each other and your wedding party, so it really shouldn’t matter too much if they do attend. 🙂