(Closed) A-list? B-list? C-List?

posted 7 years ago in Money
Post # 3
724 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2014
Post # 4
16213 posts
Honey Beekeeper

In my opinion, no guests should only be invited to part of your celebration. If I were you, I’d whittle down your guest list to a number that works for everything — ceremony, cocktails, and reception.

Post # 5
4755 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

yes, you should cut down to have an all inclusive wedding where evereyone is invited to everything.

Post # 6
6248 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: August 1900

As a guest I would feel second (or third) best compared to other guests if I was only invited to a certain part of your big day.  I’d try to find a way to cut down the guest list and invite only those people to the whole wedding.  It’s only fair.

Post # 7
399 posts
Helper bee

I think twolists would be good (that’s what we are doing) one for all-inclusive and one for reception only. Mr. Repost and I saw some great “crash our wedding” invites and thought that would work for us. So, we have our “A-list” and our “Crash list” the crashers get a different invitation with no RSVP needed, and it actually says “come crash our wedding starting at 8pm” (ceremony is at 4:20) the crashers are people like cousins, co-workers, 2nd and 3rd circle friends, neighbors…..

It’s perfect for us, as we had to whittle down our list when we decided to have our party in Papa RP’s yard! 🙂

Also, on our RSVP we have 3boxes: attending the whole she-bang/i don’t do ceremonies but i’ll come to party/devastated we can’t come. this way we know how many chairs we need at the chapel 🙂

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