(Closed) Inviting Coworkers

posted 7 years ago in Etiquette
Post # 3
164 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

I don’t know if I would personally ad an insert on with the invite.  I am sure your invite says where the wedding is being held and most should be able to figure out that a beach wedding is usually more casual. 

Both my Fiance and I worked together so that made deciding who to invite difficult.  (100 people work there and he worked in one of the major dept. and I was in the other…we have both just recently left those jobs for new ones).  We decided to only invite people we were really close to there and/or had hung out with outside of work.  This made the feeling of looking like we were asking for handouts not feel that way.

When we sent out the invites, people would ask us…”what’s the dress code like?” and that’s how it got around to others that were going.  If they are people you are close enough to that you want to be with your on your wedding day, they aren’t going to feel weird about asking.

I also wouldn’t mention anything about a gift registry….it’s thier choice no matter what if they want to give you something, so putting any notation concerning gifts I am not a fan of.

ps….we are also having a Friday wedding…start time 6:30 and the store doesn’t close until 6.

Post # 4
96 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: November 2011

When my FH’s manager got married this past summer, I thought she did a brilliant thing. Instead of making invites for each individual coworker. She posted one invite for the team in the breakroom so everyone saw and whoever wanted to come could go.


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