Post # 1
A childhood friend of mine is getting married in August. I knew that I was going to be invited to the wedding and my parents were as well. She has even asked me to sing during the ceremony. When I received my invitation a few weeks ago, it was addressed only to me. It did not include my fiance’s name even though we live together and have been together for four years. The RSVP was online and just asked if you were bringing a guest and for the guest’s name, etc. I feel that my fiance should be invited, but at the same time I’m a little worried that she didn’t intend him to come because she didn’t list his name on the invitation. I guess it doesn’t really matter because I already RSVP’ed with him as my guest but I guess it just kinda bothered me that she didn’t list his name on the invitation in the first place. Anyone have any thoughts on this?
Post # 3
you and Fiance are a unit and he should have been invited.
it sounds like you are close enough to the bride, since you are singing at her wedding, i would have just called and asked.
you already included your Fiance in the rsvp. at this point, i would just let it go. if she calls and says he can’t come, then you can deal with it then.
Post # 4
Eh, my Boyfriend or Best Friend is getting married in July of next year. If she sent me an invite without my DH’s name on it I would’nt even think twice. I would though expect her to know that Darling Husband WILL be coming with me.
Post # 5
You could just reach out to her and ask. Be prepared that she say “sorry, we only allowed plus ones for married couples”. Since you are also planning a wedding (I assume since you refer to a fiance), I’m sure you understand budgetary constraints and the decisions that need to be made.
Post # 6
@gatorgirl24: I think you didn’t get a +1. People don’t have to invite your FH but it is a bit inconsiderate. She probably thought that he didn’t need to come if your parents were coming as well. Oh well, too late now. If she doesn’t want him there then she can call you to clarify.
Post # 7
You could call or e-mail her to ask. Is it possible she either doesn’t know you are engaged, or doesn’t know your fiance’s name (I forgot to include a spouse on a wedding invitation because I didn’t know the name!)? They may be paying per person, so I think it’d be best to just ask her, but don’t accuse her, of whether or not your fiance is invited.
Post # 8
Has she ever met your FI? As other posters said, maybe she is only allowing plus ones for married couples or maybe she thought it’d be okay since your parents were also invited.
If the envelope was only addressed to you, I would have assumed he wasn’t invited. If the RSVP process implied otherwise, I would have called or e-mailed her before adding him as a guest.
I think you just added an accidental +1. I suppose now she’ll contact you about it if she has an issue with it.