Post # 1
Hi Wedding Bee!
I made the mistake of doing what I was always told as a child: invite everyone, so no one feels left out. We’re not that concerned about parents’ friends and stuff, but there’s a few people (well, really one couple) that are not really that good of friends of ours, but we invited them because we are in the same group, and I have known the guy for a long time (even though we’re not close). Now, (after invitations have been sent), I’m feeling remorse about inviting them, especially when I think about co workers we could have invited instead. What do I do?? I know this is probably minor, but I just feel like we made a mistake…
Reassurance and advice would be amazing!
Post # 3
if you are worries about 1 couple, 2 pax, there’s not to much to worry about or that you can do. Just hope that they say no? You aren’t able to un-invite them (if that’s even word) so I’d suggest to focus your attention on things you are looking forward to
Post # 4
you can’t uninvite them, so hope they or others so no.
you mention that you invited too many people. is it just this one couple?
would you be at the same number of invites if you didn’t invite this couple or other and invited your coworkers?
Post # 5
@emrowland: you can’t uninvite them now. if you have that many people at your wedding, you won’t even notice them there. as for your co-workers, perhaps if you get a few “no” rsvps, you will have some space for them. all you can do is wait and see.
Post # 6
Just relax. I’ve had some guest list regrets. You’d probably feel bad either way. Very few of us have unlimited space and budgets so you have to make cuts somewhere.
Post # 7
You can’t uninvite them, that’s incredibly rude. So, best case is, just deal with it. Did this one couple make you think you invited too many people, or is there another part of this story?