Post # 1
My fiance is from New York, I met him while I lived there for a year. Now I’m back in Minnesota, and this is where we’re having our wedding.
Should I have my Maid/Matron of Honor send a bridal shower invitation to my Future Mother-In-Law and Future Sister-In-Law even though they probably won’t be able to come?
Post # 3
Yes, you should at least send an invitation. Who knows maybe they will fly out because it is a special occasion.
Post # 5
definitely invite them! family loves to be included even if they can’t make it!
Post # 6
Yeah, my own sister who is my Matron of Honor won’t be able to come to she shower and she will still get a courtesy invite. It is good to make them feel included for sure!
Post # 7
- Wedding: June 2010 - New York Botanical Garden
i would say definitely invite – what’s the harm if they can’t come? and i’m pretty sure they will appreciate the invite
Post # 8
im a another yep for sending them an invite – it will make your life much easier not to exclude them
Post # 9
i agree…send them an invite. even if they cant make it, they’ll still feel involved with it and will probably be happy that you thought to send them an invite.
Post # 10
Yes, bridal attendants should definately be invited!
Post # 11
Yes, invite them. If anything, it gets you brownie points. 😉 My Future Mother-In-Law and FSILs live 4 hours away but I;m still inviting them to mine. They will come if she can get off work though.
Post # 12
I was in the same boat, and I sent an invite to my Mother-In-Law and of course told her I understood she likely wouldn’t be able to make it. It’s a nice gesture.