(Closed) Letting guests know if they can bring a person after rsvps?

posted 7 years ago in Etiquette
Post # 17
4801 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

@NatashasNovember:  Wow, that comment is WAY out of line. No, it’s not her wedding, but the person whose wedding it is are being pretty crappy hosts by leaving out her Fiance then bitching when she doesn’t want to spend a whole weekend and a bunch of money traveling and attending without him. They were the rude ones. Your wedding ceases to be just about you onc you start inviting guests, then you have to be considerate of them too!

Post # 18
57 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

@NatashasNovember:  Without speaking to the (rather nasty) tone of your post, the reality is that you are also wrong. It is the responsibility of the bride and groom to invite the spouses, fiances, and live-in partners of their guests to a wedding. This is a hard and fast etiquette rule and to be blunt, people who break it are wrong. Past those three criteria it becomes debatable, but those three are not.

It is also within someone’s rights to decline a wedding invitationand it does not make them selfish or a troll. It’s an invitation, not a summons. 

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