(Closed) Invite co-workers?

posted 4 years ago in Guests
Post # 2
9632 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2013

if you are friends with anyone outside of the office and/or want to invite someone, invite them.

i wouldn’t invite the whole office except for one person, but if you have a handful of people you want there, then yes invite them.


if anyone is in a relationship(dating – no matter how long, engaged, married) they should be invited with their SO.

you don’t have to write +1 or and guest, write the person’s name so there is no confusion.


also, just because people hint at your wedding that they want an invite, doesn’t mean they are automatically invited.  don’t invite them because they want you to, invite them bc you want them there.


Post # 3
24 posts

I agree with ajillity81. My fiance and I are only inviting coworkers who we are friend with outside of work and have met both bride and groom.  We went through a list of people we want to invite and ask ourselves “will we see this person after we leave our current work place?” If the answer is no, they do not get an invite. Hope this helps & happy planning! 

Post # 4
47412 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

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meghandolores :  Generally speaking, it is better to separate your work and personal life. An easy line to draw is to invite only those co-workers with whom you have a social life outside work. That doesn’t include going for lunch together, drinks after work etc. Inviting your boss or the owner of the company can put them in an awkward position where they might feel obligated to buy you a gift, even if they have no desire to attend your wedding.

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