(Closed) Are you greek?

posted 8 years ago in Family
Post # 3
1749 posts
Bumble bee

@7mom:Greetings Soror. I guess it depends on the size of your wedding. My LS got married last year and I was the only one in her wedding and only one or two more were invited. Several of us are are close but it is not a priority to invite everyone I kicked it with on the yard 10 years ago, we are 30 now. I would look at the guest list and invite people that will be in your life for years and years to come. Afterall,it’s like $100.00 per person for food and cake. I’m sending you pretty girl love, good luck!


Post # 4
14183 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2009

I only had a dozen of my sorority sisters at my wedding–5 of them were bridesmaids. I invited who i was close with and who i talk to/hang out with/see on a regular basis.

Post # 5
13096 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: July 2010

Four of my BMs were sorority sisters and there were another 8-10 at the wedding.  Yes – you may have a large group of sorority sisters but you are obviously closer to some of those women than others.  Invite those who you are closest to and with whom you hang out with consistently.  Those will likely be the women who will be in your life for years to come.

Post # 6
689 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

I’m a Delta, and its only 6 of us on my line. I’m inviting all but 1 of my LS’. I’m also very close to the line before me and the next 3 lines after me. I plan to invite most of them (total around 16). There are a few that won’t get an invite just because we don’t talk as much. I have helped advise the chapter I crossed through the past 3 years so I’m kind of close to those lines as well, but I will only be inviting 3 of them to my wedding. I love all my sorors and my chapter is very tight, but that doesn’t mean they get an automatic invite to the wedding. I chose by who I still talk to pretty regularly. Also we aren’t doing +1 unless you are married or Fiance and I have actually hung out with the person and their SO before. So that cuts down on some of the numbers b/c several of them aren’t married yet. It’s tough making that decision on your Greek family. My aunt asked did I have to invite so many of my sorors to the wedding, and I told her yes b/c some of them are closer than some of my own blood family members. Good luck with deciding what to do!

Post # 7
8738 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2011

Sadly I’m no longer close to my “family” in my sorority. One of my BMs is a “sister” of mine as well as 2 of the guests. Also my mom was in the same sorority, so I’ll have at least a few “sisters” there with me.

Post # 8
5977 posts
Bee Keeper

Only one of my sorority sisters was a bridesmaid and 2 more were invited to our wedding along with my sorority advisor. I wasn’t as close to my sisters as I was to my roommates in college. I say invite who you are close to and see or talk to regularly!

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