Post # 1
SO i am getting Married this year and so excited. So I work full time with 53 other women, and they all know i am getting married this year. I origanly planned for a 350 guest for my wedding, but reality sets in and the venue i wanted was taken, soI cut my guest list to 200. I am inviting the 12 women that i work with daily in my office, but the others are in the office across the street from my office. So i know i should not be worried but, since my venue can only hold 230 people. I Dont want to say ” you are invited” and then make another coworker fill neglected and not invited. So i was thinking of inviting of course the 12 girls from work for the all day, Church, reception.. but tell the girls from the other office that they can to the reception after dinner and so for dancing. What do you bees think i should do? Please give me advice!!
Post # 3
I would do just that, I am sure they will be delighted to be invited even if only for reception. Besides, I am sure they all know weddings aren’t cheap! 🙂
Post # 4
See, I only work with two women, TOTAL. If we are all still around during wedding time I would totally love to invite them. If you can afford it, go for it. I don’t see the problem in them only coming to the after reception. I would love to go to everyone’s receptions hahaha
Post # 5
Personally, I’d be a little offended if someone told me I could go to their wedding as long as didn’t expect to eat or have a place to sit. People generally understand that weddings are too expensive to invite everyone, so it’s totally fine just to invite the people you are close with
Post # 6
Invite the 12 you work with and just ask that they be discreet.
Post # 7
I’m sure the others will understand. I work with 10 women and consider about half of them friends. The others ask about the planning, but don’t expect invitations, and that’s ok.