Post # 1
Is it wrong to invite someone when you already know they will not come. A friend of mine said she and her FH will not be able to come to the wedding. Do i still invite them to be nice or do I not since I know?
Post # 3
I’d send them an invitation but include a handwritten note saying you know they said they couldn’t make it, but you wanted to let them know they’re still welcome in case they change their minds.
Post # 4
Hmm good post. I myself was wondering the same thing.
My FH’s good friend told me be is actually going to another friends wedding on the same date about 8 hours way from where we live so he is a NO for sure. But I didn’t know if I should still give him an invitation?
mabye this is a different scenerio, since we know he does have prior arrangements, not just saying he cant’ come?
Post # 5
I still sent invites to people who said they can’t go just to be polite so they feel included. I didn’t include an RSVP though, or if i did, I didn’t stamp it.
Post # 6
We had a few guests who are going to be having babies shortly after our wedding and would have had to fly to get to our wedding, so we knew they weren’t coming. I still invited them and included RSVPs. I do like the idea or wirting a note. Even though you know they won’t come, I still wanted them to know that we wished they could be there.
Post # 7
I am inviting people who told me they cannot come but they are really close freind and I know they would like the invite
Post # 8
I am sending invitations with stamped RSVPs to those I know cannot come. I just want them to know we wished there were with us.