Post # 1
I am wondering what protocol is on this – we are having a relatively small rehearsal dinner – wedding party (and dates), immediate family and grandparents, aunts and uncles (there are only 2 on Fiance side and 1 on my side). It will be 30 ppl at the most.
My friends husband is our MC – am I suppossed to invite him to the rehearsal dinner? I would like to keep it as small as possible but don’t want to be rude and exclude him, if normally mc’s are invited.
what did everyone else do?
Post # 4
What do you mean by emcee? I have never heard of one for a wedding.
When we were planning on having a Rehearsal Dinner we were going to invite the Minister, the Hostesses, and the Musicians/Singers.
Post # 5
- Wedding: December 2019 - Paris, France
your husband’s friend would tech be considered a vendor. So, no, vendors are not invited to the rehersal dinner, because they are not in the rehersal.
Post # 6
I would invite him. He’s performing a major role for you, so it’s nice of you to include him.
Post # 7
@PrncssDva: emcee – as in MC (master of Ceremonies). A friend of mine is going to keep the reception going, introduce ppl before their toasts etc. (it’s common here for weddings, maybe it’s not everywhere?)
Post # 8
If there is no one else who is coming besides family and Wedding Party, I wouldn’t invite him. Unless, you ALSO consider him to such a good friend that he is “almost” Wedding Party.
Post # 9
I don’t think you have to, but we did invite “friendors” to the Rehearsal Dinner. We also got them a gift for being in the wedding, so that was when we gave it to them.