(Closed) Invitation help!

posted 6 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
3175 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

Most people extend plus ones to people in stable relationships. Different people seem to categorize this differently (i.e. living together, together for X amount of time, married, etc), but I think it’s okay to choose to classify that however you’d like as long as you are consistent with everyone.

I also think it’s nice to extend plus ones to the bridal party.

Post # 4
1190 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

I am giving a plus one to everyone. I am hoping those who are not in a stable relationship will decline the +1 but we will see. I don’t think that it is the norm to give everyone a date, I am just trying to avoid the drama

Post # 5
1798 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

If they are married or in a serious relationship, you really should give a +1. It’s also nice to give +1 to any friends who wouldn’t know anyone else at the wedding. Otherwise, you don’t need to give one for single people or those who haven’t been dating very long.

Post # 6
602 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

i have this same problem! lol, i’m giving +1 to married people and thankfully a lot of the people we know, we know their spouse also, so the spouses name is on the invite as well. BUT we do have some single people and I’ve been debating what to do, because I don’t want someone that i’ve never met beffore

ETA: one of my friends text me saying she better get a +1 so she won’t be a loner, and i just rolled my eyes, thinking well its not my fault you can’t socialize with other people you dont know, and quite frankly the guys she normally sees are well uhm ghetto. lol but no judgement to her.

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