Post # 1
Last year I did an internship (which was basically like a full time job). I started right after I got engaged. I did add any of the ladies I worked with to the guest list because I knew my internship would be over when I got married. I ended up getting a per diem job there- I wish I could invite them all to the wedding but 1. we are way over guests and budget and 2. my wedding is 2 weeks away.
My question is this: should I send out an email to them inviting them to the church? If so, how should I word it?? They are all very excited for my wedding and some have even gotten me gifts. What do you think bees??
Post # 3
I would wait until they ask about it, and if they show interest in coming, then casually mention, in person, that while the reception is at capacity, if they wish to see the ceremony, they are more than welcome to attend. I would tread lightly though, and make sure to bring extra favors to the office afterwards if they do attend.
Post # 4
I wouldn’t invite them at all. Go to lunch your first day back in the office and show them pictures.
Post # 5
I wouldn’t invite them at all if I were you. They are your coworkers and you have no obligation to invite them. They may be nice, but you probably don’t really hang out with them outside of work, I’d bet, or you’d call them friends and not the ladies you work with. Neither of us invited anyone from our jobs to our wedding (except one friend of mine who works with me who I knew before the job). Though some people at work had mentioned wanting to go, I politely told them we had limited space and money and no one was offended.
Post # 6
I would not invite them. It is not required that you invite your co-workers unless you are close to them. It’s great that they are excited, but you have a good excuse that you didn’t know if you’d be seeing them after the internship ended.
Also, it’s two weeks out so they are not expecting an invite this late in the game.
Post # 7
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