Post # 1
Simply put- My Fiance recieved an invite from a high school friend this week. The address on the envelope said only his name, not including “and Guest”. Normally I would just assume that meant not me, but when he recieved the message asking for his address from the bride, she said “Great, can’t wait to meet your girlfriend.” But no “and Guest” on the address.
So should we respond with both of our dinner choices? He won’t go without me.
Post # 3
I would have him phone or email them. He could say that he just wanted to check if you were invited or not, because you were not named but he remembers the bride saying”I can’t wait to meet your girlfriend”.
Post # 4
I thought the same thing, but we don’t want to make them feel obligated to say yes.
Post # 5
i would straight up ask them as julies said. it’s better to ask than assume! 🙂
Post # 6
hmmm that is really weird. i think he’s just going to have to ask.
Post # 7
It’d be way less awkward to ask and give them a chance to say no than to write your meal choice in for both of you and make the bride have to backpedal and uninvite you!
Post # 8
I would just have him ask. I am finding it more and more that brides just don’t know how to word invites.
Post # 9
I think he should ask as well, can’t hurt. Maybe it was just an oversight on their part.
Post # 10
Thanks ladies! I will have him call her tomorrow!