Post # 1
Ok, here’s the deal. . .
We sent out save the dates approximately 6 months ago. Now it’s time to send out invites, and there are about 3 people on the list that I don’t know what to do about. 1 is a friend that I had a falling out with. One is a client that cheated me out of some money. The other is one of my employees that quit working for me shortly after I sent the save the date. And while we are still on good terms, we just don’t talk as much as we did. I don’t think any of thes people will actually come (We live in Philly, but are having the wedding in South Carolina), but do I still need to give them an invite? Do I have to contact them and say, hey. . . are you coming?
Post # 3
Friend one= How bad was the falling out? Just a fight, or did she try to sleep with your FI? I would probably send her an invite.
Client= No way! No invite. They cheated you out of money!
Former employee= Go ahead and send the invite, I doubt they’ll show up anyway!
Post # 4
@BrandNewBride: Thanks for the quick reply. Here’s the deal:
Friend 1: in a circle of friends that is all getting invited. He’s kind of the obnoxious type anyway. On two occasions, he got really drunk and hit on me. On both of those occasions, he called my FI some pretty harsh names and threatened to beat him up and whatnot. Why this one is challenging is that I am still in this circle and the rest of the friends in it are getting an invite.
Former Employee: I think I agree.
Post # 6
@Ulibaddog: Yeah… Friend doesn’t get to go. Can you imagine him getting wasted and talkin’ smack to your groom? No way! No invite.
Post # 7
For the friend and the client I wouldn’t send them invites and not even think twice about it. For the employee maybe send it if you think they won’t show up anyway.
Post # 8
Oh, and he will get wasted! We all know ‘that guy’. The one that can never have just one drink, then when he starts, he gets beligerent and inhibitions are out the window. . .
Post # 9
Friend one= No
Client= Not no but Hellz NO!
Former employee= Go
Post # 10
@lina010: +100000, said perfectly