Post # 17
@Pumpkin_Bee: I had the exact same situation. My solution was, if it ever came up, to say: Oh we were planning on sending after party invitations but it was just out of the budget.
This way they will see why you wanted the address, and why they didnt recieve anything because you changed your mind. And if they say are you/ did you have an after party? and you didnt tell them it wasnt in the budget.
People can’t argue or be mad about your budget. Its your money not theirs. Thats my take anyway. Good luck with it, I know it’s tough and feel for you.
Post # 18
@avonleaR: That is such a great idea!! I’m starting to worry a little less because all of the people I’m referring to are car guys who live all around the country and probably already forgot they even gave me their address…
Post # 19
It really depends on the people. I remember everything like this, so I’d personally be bummed if I never received an invite. But I’m sure that just varies from person to person.
Don’t forget that the # of people you invite won’t be the number that is actually able to attend, especially if you have a lot of out-of-town guests. 🙂
Post # 20
I’d forget I gave it to you and probably would never notice if an invite came or not.