Post # 1
So my mom has her own business and she has about 25-30 employees working for her. She is good friends with some of them. Like they are friends outside the office, take trips together, come over etc. She invited that group of employees and their spouses to the wedding. This is about 9 people, (plus their spouses).
Yesterday we get an RSVP card from one of those employees, (10 days late I might add), and I was shocked by her response. She crossed out the number “1” we placed in the how many seat are saved for her section, (she’s a single woman), put in the number “2” and wrote in the name of another UNINVITED employee as her date. WTF?
How could these two women even for a second think that it was ok to do this? WHO invites themselves to their boss’ daughter’s wedding. Clearly this second woman knew she wasn’t invited. I’m just at a loss for what the thought process was on this. Now today my mom has to go have the ackward conversation with both of them.
Post # 3
I would notify her and tell her that adding another guest is not in your budget and that it’s too late to add another guest. They don’t have to know any more specifics. It’s your wedding, your guest list, and it certainly isn’t okay. They should’ve respectfully asked first if invited guest could bring someone along.
What does your mom have to say about this?
Post # 4
They must have assumed the “1” was a mistake. That’s horrible! I wish people were more up on the rules!! Someone crossed out the “1” for my wedding too. So bad!
Post # 5
unbelievable. I would never be rude enough to do that to anyone, let alone my BOSS! For crying out loud…..
Post # 6
Yeah I’m not so much horrified by the adding a person part. A bunch of people have done that and I’m sort of numb to it. But to add an employee that was clearly not invited is just bizzar!!! How is that employee going to face my mom, her boss today?! My mom was irritated.