(Closed) Traditional vs. Destination vs. City Hall with intimate reception afterwards

posted 3 years ago in Etiquette
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I think it really comes down to what people offer to do for you, since these parties are thrown by other people, and shouldn’t be driven by you.  If your friends offer to throw you a shower and/or bachelorette, you can graciously accept it.  But if you invite few people to your wedding, be prepared for no one to offer.  Without knowing your circle, it’s hard to say what they may or may not do. 

I think the only real etiquette rule here is that anyone invited to these events must be invited to the wedding, so a smaller guest list for the wedding will mean less people you could invite to the shower/bachelorette.

  • This reply was modified 3 years, 1 month ago by  goblueca.

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