Post # 16
I don’t think she’s going to be heartbroken when she doesn’t recieve the invitation… I’m not sure why you even sent one in the first place? She made it pretty clear she doesn’t consider you a friend, so why would she want to come to your wedding and why would you want her there? If anything, the STD and invitation probably came off rude, like you were trying to show her how much of a better person you are or something lol
Post # 17
Also are you sure you didn’t get the invite back because SHE returned to sender?
Post # 18
No dilema here. Throw it away and don’t give it another thought. I’m dumbfounded that you sent her a save the date in the first place.
Post # 19
What were you thinking?! Why on earth did you send a save the date after that? And then an invite. Lucky for you the universe is on your side and is performing an intervention. Listen to it…. xx
Post # 20
zzar45 : My thoughts exactly. I wouldn’t be surprised if she was the one who directed that the invite should be returned to sender.
Post # 21
Her response was “Don’t pretend like we’re friends because we both know we aren’t.”
This alone should tell you that no, of course you don’t go out of your way to get her to come to your wedding. The wrong address was a godsend if you ask me !
Post # 22
fourthnoel : Being the bigger person shouldn’t mean allowing yourself to be walked all over. It’s pretty clear that she wants nothing to do with you and you don’t seem to be fond of her either. So why keep her around? Don’t send her an invite. If for some reason she asks about it I’d just flat out ignore her or blow it off. You don’t need that kind of hatefulness at your wedding. A wedding is to celebrate with people you love… and it sounds like you sure as heck don’t LOVE her! Lol
Post # 23
Did she definately move? Are you sure it wasn’t just her returning it to you?
Post # 24
I definitely thought that too. I bet she returned it to sender. zzar45 :
Post # 25
Do not invite this person to your wedding.
Post # 26
I feel like if she cared she would have sent you a change of address note.