Post # 16
What if you run late anyway? Don’t open this can of worms.
Post # 17
Thanks all! Case closed. We tried to give the benefit of the doubt, since we haven’t sent official invites maybe this person was reaching out to see if that would *really* be the start time and maybe not exactly asking for a time change. Tone/intent can be lost in an email sometimes. But still….no. FH replied kindly and said that our wedding will indeed begin at that time and we hope that it works out.
Post # 18
No and no. If you’re invited to a wedding and you can make it you RSVP yes. If you can’t make it you RSVP no. It’s not that difficult.
Post # 19
3/3:30 already seems really early to me.
Post # 20
you need to be prepared to be asked all kinds of stupid rude things by guests. It’s part of the package of having a wedding. You say yes to one request and suddenly you’ve said yes to a bunch and now your either trying to do too much the day of. I agreed to do my nieces hair and nails before my makeup artist arrived. It took longer and I didn’t have as much time for myself. My friend didn’t rent a car and I could tell she was angling for me and my fiancé to chaufer her around all weekend. I shut that expectation down real fast. There were so many things to do and I got so many random requests from people. Trust me it adds up and will stress you out.
everyone is a grown adult capable of figuring things out for themselves. Remember, people take vacations all the time and on their own have to figure out how to get themselves from point a to b on time. People like to play dumb when it comes to a wedding. Focus on yourself and your fiancé. Make plans that work best for you two. Everyone else will be fine.