Disinvite Guests

posted 2 years ago in Guests
Post # 16
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511 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2017

Not exactly the same but we sent out STD’s to a brother and sister we were friends with but didn’t send them an invitation.

The brother got super weird with Fiance about being a groomsmen and brought it up whenever we saw them and would say things like “I know I’m in the wedding party!” It just got too weird and we cut ties. 

We also found out the sister slept with the best man who is in a relationship with her best friend. Multiple times. And in general just isn’t a great person.

Basically we didn’t want the drama of inviting them and if we had just found out after they RSVP’d and we sent invites I would have still uninvited them. 

Post # 17
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731 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2016

twej :  

There was another bee on here who sounds like she is in a similar situation to the bride you are discussing. Hopefully someone here can point you to her thread!

I get that this can be distressing from a guest point of view, but from abride’s point of view she is in a tough spot! It depends on where u are located if this is acceptable or not. I live in a popular beach town where venues book up EVERY weekend for 18 months in advance, and yes, this includes parks. I do think your bride has an obligation to find a reasonable venue, but sometimes this simply isn’t possible like in my town. You can’t expect her to do the impossible because someone made travel plans. 

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