Post # 1
I really do not like my older sister shes more than the black sheep in the family shes actually the chick whos just related to me by birth mother only who is also not invited she has not been there in my life but my two nephews are. the reason I really don’t want to invite my sister is cause at every chance she gets she embarrasses me and makes every thing about her and she freeloads off my parents all the time. Do I really have to invite her!!!!!
Post # 3
How old are your nephews (I’m assuming they’re her kids)?
Post # 4
If your nephews are young and you want them there, then yes you need to invite her. However, if they’re older (like late teens), then you could probably get away with just inviting them.
Post # 5
@sosnowsexy: You have the same problem I have my sister gets drunk and will flirt with men that are clearly taken. I have not spoken to her in years because she has no class and always always embarasses me. My niece came to me the other day and said”aunty just invite her not her children and give her a list of dont’s”. “Do it for her mother”. My oldest sister the problem sister is the middle one. She drinks too much, no class, and just a hot mess!!!!! My niece said “aunty your Fiance knows who you are and the fact that you cant control grown people”.
SO KNOW THAT I WILL BE PRAYING FOR YOU AND ME!!!!! Damn shame we have to take the high road all the damn time to keep the peace. LMAO
Post # 6
I’m not inviting one of my sisters. After what she has done and said we haven’t spoken in two years and there is no reason to invite her.
Post # 7
No. It’s your wedding. Invite who you want.
Post # 8
i think that depends on a lot of things, mostly how not interested you are in not having a relationship with her indefinitely. if you are ok with it, then no you dont have to invite her, but just be aware that this choice could be the final nail in the coffin. may not… you know her better than i do, but weddings tend to magnify everything for people…
Post # 9
No, you sure don’t. I wouldn’t. I’m not inviting my brother, he fits the description of your sister to a T and is a loose cannon, loves to say awful embarrassing things just to upset people. I made it very clear to my mother he was not invited and she had no say in the matter. (Lucky me, he didn’t want to come anyway).
You don’t want a loose cannon walking around your wedding reception, it’ll give you bride stress and you won’t be able to enjoy yourself all night. Don’t do it.
Post # 10
@PacificMrs: +1. I think if the nephews can transport themselves (as in they can drive or stay in a hotel by themselves if its a DW) then its ok to not invite your sister. But if they’re young enough to need a guardian/chauffer then they are probably too young to understand why you wouldn’t want their mother there and would be uncomfortable with the situation.
Post # 11
You don’t have to invite anyone you don’t want there.
However, depending on how old your nephews are, and whether they may be able to attend with someone else (grandparent, great grandparent, aunt or uncle) if you want them there, you may have to put up with inviting her. (And, not knowing anything about her, whether you think it’s likely she’ll forbid them going if she’s not invited.)
Post # 12
Not inviting her would be like saying you’ve cut her out of her life. I would suck it up and invite her.