(Closed) Etiquette when dealing with same-sex couples?

posted 7 years ago in LGBTQ
Post # 3
987 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2009

I’m not in a same-sex relationship so not sure if you want to hear my opinion or not but I definitely would invite her!  She’s female and if it’s a female only function, then why not?  I would think by not inviting her, it comes across as though you’re treating her like a male, which she’s clearly not.


Post # 4
2091 posts
Buzzing bee

Definitely invite her! The only reason SO’s aren’t included is because they’re boys. 

Post # 5
384 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2011

My best friend and future sister in law are both gay. I’m inviting both of their partners. They can decide if they want to go or not. I think giving them a choice is best.

Post # 7
1480 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: December 2010

Definitely invite her!

Post # 8
374 posts
Helper bee

Invite her.  She can decline if she feels she doesn’t want to attend because she’s not friends w/you; only your sister’s fiancee.  Let it be her call. 

Post # 9
72 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

Did you end up inviting your sister’s fiancee to the bachelorette party? It may be a little late to respond, but my feeling is this, you should definitely invite your sister’s fiancee to the wedding, but it’s not necessary to invite her to the bachelorette party unless you know your sister’s fiancee well and she’s become your friend too. If you know her pretty well, then it’s nice to invite her out of courtesy, but again, not necessary.

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