Post # 1
Do you send the wedding party an invitation? I vote yes because while they are there to perform their “duty”, thye are also guests in my mind, as are their SO’s. Fiance says no because obviously they know when the wedding is, and we know they’re coming…..what is the etiquette on this one?
Post # 3
Yes, they still get an invitation 🙂
Post # 5
Ha ha, knew it! *doing the ‘I was right’ dance*
Post # 6
Yes, but don’t necessarily expect an RSVP back. We only got back 2 out of 8 people.
One of our groomsmen got married in October. A groomsman of his failed to return his RSVP, so he kicked him out of the wedding party. I’m sure his &#%*@ wife had something to do with it, but still. Don’t do that if you don’t get an RSVP!
Post # 7
yes, it’s a great way to organize all of the info and times so they have everything in one place. we used our invite several times to plug addresses into a gps so we could arrive on time.
Post # 8
I say yes. Even though they’re in the bridal party, they’re still guests to your big day. I’m weird and save all my invitations to events, so if I had a role in a wedding, I would most definitely want to save it. I’d be a little hurt if I didn’t receive one.
Post # 9
@BoiledPNut: really? When he said “Yes, I will be a groomsman, here is my money for the tux.” That wasn’t enough? lol Sounds like that was a relaxed and fun wedding. 😛
Post # 11
Yes, most people I know save them as a keepsake. Usually if they are close enough friends to be in the wedding pary they will probably want a momento of your day but I dont think they need to rsvp, its a given they will be there.