(Closed) Adding in-laws to brother’s limited guest list

posted 8 years ago in Family
Post # 3
1763 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

I think that you should run it by your brother and if he says no then drop it. I am sure that your in-laws are aware that their beliefs are a little different then other cultures and wouldn’t be offended.

I also wouldn’t talk to them about your brother’s wedding unless he changes his mind about attending.

Post # 4
457 posts
Helper bee

Hi there,

My family is very much like thhat with my sister’s mother in law and father in law because that is how our family is. It’s odd to us to not be close with our inlaws on other sides. My sister’s inlaws have always been invited to our family funtions and they are invited to my wedding because we are close with them. If your brother is strapped, can you maybe offer to pay for them if it’s very important to you and them?

For our RH, my Fiance and I were planning on paying for the entire thing ( and inviting my sisters in laws because they will be in town that day and their son( my brother in law) is in our wedding) however, the last min my FI’s father wanted to help with the Rehearsal Dinner, but we made it very clear that if moneywise he limited it to just the bridal party then we would pick up the cost of them.

Post # 5
1067 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

Have you spoken to your bro about this? Maybe her can fit them in? Mention it , but if he says no then drop it.

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