Is it too late to UN-INVITE EVERYONE!???

posted 2 years ago in Beehive
Post # 2
Member
6525 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: September 2013

anhelms:  my advice to you is to… calm down!!! lol 

Relax, I was like that too, 2 months before the wedding I was like ughh! we should have just went to City hall and took a month long vacation! But then the day came and it was magical! 

Everything will work out and you are going to have an awesome day!

Post # 3
Member
5839 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: October 2010

anhelms:  Just focus on him and how much you love him. All your guests want are to be comfortable and see how in love and happy you are. That’s it–think you can handle that?  🙂 

Post # 4
Member
145 posts
Blushing bee

Firstly, calm down lol

Yes, its too late to uninvite everyone because its on their calendars, people have made arrangements, bought cards, put money aside, paid for gifts but most of all, it’ll be the biggest insult to invite everyone then uninvite them and then re-invite them for when you’re ready for everyone to start gushing over you.  I haven’t met a bride yet who was freaking out over being the center of attention and then LOVED their wedding day. 

Not only will you be disappointed down the road that you cancelled your big day you originally planned but so will your FH (I’m assuming) because its both your day and you need to think about him as well.  Don’t be selfish and think about cancelling because of an irrational fear… its not strangers you’ve invited, its ppl who know you and love you.

Plus, losing all that money is just stupid (sorry) because I know for a fact that you’ll have a very hard time getting anything back this close to the wedding from your vendors.

My advice is take the next two weeks (as much as you can) and just relax.  Keep calm and let the day go as you’ve planned it and at the end of the day, you’ll be the happiest person ever for being married to your love.  You’ll look back on your day and be thankful you went through with it because you only have it once (hopefully) and you’ll regret it if you don’t!

Post # 6
Member
145 posts
Blushing bee

Don’t let the judgement of others cloud your judgement on how you should enjoy your day.  You chose the way you wanted your wedding because it is that = YOUR WEDDING!  Everyone has regrets later about who they invited to your wedding and thats normal… sometimes you won’t even talk to them again and they happened to be at your wedding.  Who cares?  What’s important is that you enjoy your day and let those judgemental people who have nothing else better to talk about say what they want… it really won’t affect you at all!

Post # 7
Member
1666 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2015

anhelms:  If your co-workers don’t like the wedding then that says a lot about them – like they have no clue how to have fun and enjoy life.

Seriously, your wedding sounds amazing! Forget what they might think and focus on your FI. Think about the fact that you guys are making a commitment to one another in front of people you love and care about. So what if a couple of people whisper about you behind your back? Does it really lessen the meaning behind that moment for you? You can’t please every single person in your life. If your co-workers weren’t talking about you then it would be something else.

You guys (and the people who count) are going to have an amazing time. 🙂

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