Post # 1
Okay – so I am still really good friends with one of my ex co-workers. BUT his wife and I no longer get a long and she is a HUGE B*tch.
Is there a way to only invite him but not her?
Anybody else have a similiar situation and how did you deal with it?
Post # 3
I’m afraid there’s no way to do that without looking bad. If you invited him only, it would probably cause a fight between the two of them and chances are he wouldn’t come anyway to keep the peace at home. You either don’t invite them at all (and he’ll probably understand why) or invite them both (and hope that she has the same feelings toward you and doesn’t show up).
Post # 4
Does she know you dont like her? We are inviting a husband and not his wife because his wife has lost her marbles and i want nothing to do with her!
Post # 5
You really have to invite both or neither. No options here….
Post # 6
If you invite him and not her that makes you look like the b*tch, unfortunately.
Post # 7
Etiquette says that you have to invite her, unfortunatelty. One of our groomsmen is married to a girl who I only heard really bad things about from all of FI’s friends. FI really doesn’t care for her either. But we are going to invite both of them.
Post # 8
I agree… no way around it. You can’t really even get around it if the couple is in a serious relationship, so married? No dice. I don’t really get along with my step-mother, and I had to choke back a little bile to address that invitation, but I had to. Of course, the feeling is mutual, so word on the street is that she isn’t going to attend. Problem solved as far as I’m concerned. Be gracious, invite them both and maybe you’ll get lucky. As a bride, it’s never a bad option to put your most welcoming foot forward. Good luck!
Post # 9
No, think about this way if your FI got an invite and you weren’t on it wouldn’t you be pissed? Just invite them and accept that she’ll be there or hope that she doesn’t like you either and he comes alone. Good luck!!!!
Post # 10
I figured I was going to have to, but was hoping there was another way out that I didn’t know about…hahaha. Oh well, I think we both have made it clear that we no longer care for each other so hopefully she just doesn’t show up.
Post # 11
I don’t think there is any nice way to do that. Mr. Fantasics family has a business which we both work at. We have to invite EVERY one that works there even though there is a girl who when I started working there treated me like crap (out of jealousy bc I have Mr. Fantastic and she has had a crush since childhood). This girl tried to get me fired by teaching me her dept THE WRONG WAY!!! My plan is to pray she doesn’t come even though her mom will be there, and if she does to seat her way in the back.
Post # 13
Yeah, married couples have to be invited together or not at all. No exceptions. I would decline an invitation that did not include my husband, and vice versa. Since you and this woman don’t get along it’s very possible that she’ll decide on her own to skip it, anyway.
Post # 14
I can only pray she doesn’t come. I at least hope she is smart enough to figure that out.