- 5 years ago
I’m a little lost on the whole invitation etiquette thing, and want to make sure I don’t offend anybody, so I need some help!
I have worked in a certain office for about 5 years. I had my engagement party back in October and I invited a lot of friends from work – some of my very close work friends, and some people I really like, have a laugh with at work, and occasionally see outisde the office.
Anyway. Since then, some of these people have moved on to other jobs, including the “see occasionally/have a laugh with” group. We haven’t really kept in touch much, although if I saw them out I’m sure we’d still get on great. Do I invite them to the wedding? They came to the engagement party, and gave a gift, so I don’t want to be rude. And I still like them all. But we haven’t really talked in a few months and I’m not sure if it would be weird, or what?
There are 3 sisters where I work, Alyssa, Daniella, and Brittany. Alyssa is 23, Daniella is 21, and Brittany is 18 (I’m 24). Alyssa and Daniella fall in the “have fun at work, really like them, occasionally see them outside of work at group events” category. We’re not super close, but they’re sweet and fun, we socialize plenty at work, and I’d like to invite them.
Brittany is also a nice girl, but she and I rarely talk much. I never see her outside of work (usually because there’s drinking involved and she’s not old enough!). At work we exchange pleasantries, but we don’t have a lot in common or anything like that. I actually don’t even know anything about her, because our conversations are literally just “Hi, how are you?” and “Have a good night!”
Question is, is it rude to invite 2 out of the 3 sisters? Are they sort of a package deal because we all work together?
Thanks for the help!!