Post # 1
We want to keep our guest list to 18 and older because we are having a small wedding and both have big families. We are having trouble because we have cousins that are 18 but they have siblings who are 13-16. Is it in bad taste to invite 1 sibling and not the others? Is it better off to not invite ANY of them rather than exclude some? We are really getting hung up on this! Thank you for the input/help!!
Post # 2
crzycatldy: wow that’s a tough one! I’d say it isn’t as bad if they aren’t still living at home with. Their other siblings. I still think its kind of rude but I mean something’s in life just aren’t fair. Be careful. You may cause some hurt feelings!
Post # 3
If you’re having a bar at your reception, what is the legal drinking age, in your state? For my daughter, we did 21 and up, so no one could question the age choice. The venue charged the full adult rate, for everyone over 12 (regardless of the fact they could only have soft drinks, at the bar, for the 5 hours it was open). In order for guests not to be carded, we had to guarantee everyone was over the legal age.