- 3 years ago
- Wedding: April 2014
Both me and my fiance have huge families. However the place were probably having the wedding only holds 180 people. Now I know theres a lot of people who probably won’t be able to come due to health problems and theres a few people who have issues with us for other reasons but are relatives so we still have to invite them that but more then likey wont come. But my question is how do I judge who to invite and who not to? Plus our parents keep telling us to invite every random relative they know of that we don’t. Both our parents are convinced as they’re family, they should be invited. What do we do? And my finace keeps saying he wants to out do his parents wedding that had like 700 people. Doesn’t seem to get theres just no space or money for that! In addition theres all our other friends who aren’t relatives. Is there a way to judge who to invite and who not to without hurting feelings? And should we bother inviting the people who we know can’t make it? For instance people like his grandma who are stuck in a nursing home and cant leave. And if we do invite people we want should we have a list of “maybes” in case there’s people who can’t make it? Like invite the make amount of people we can have and wait and see who reply no then have a list of seconds to send out? I’m just so confused how to do all this. HELP!!!!!