Post # 1
Ok So i need some help, Im Future Brother-In-Law who is also the best man at out wedding, was dating this not so nice girl and they were living together, the have broken off their own engagment and have told everyone that they are not together anymore, but are still living together. They have now changed their minds and are “working things out”, however have stated that they are not together anymore, Her and I do not get alone at all..
I guess my question is am I being selfess by asking/tell that she is not invited to the wedding????
My FH thinks I am, because its his brother and best man… need help.
Post # 3
I think generally when a couple are living together, it’s considered proper etiquette to extend an invitation to the both of them.
Post # 4
I think given that it’s your Fi side of the family that he get to make final choices on whose invited. The state of their relationship is no ones business. Given that they are together and working on it hopefully it works out and little brother gives you by the rsvp date confirmation whether she be there or not.
He may end up marrying this women so keep that in mind, you don’t have to like her, all you can do is limit your interactions if you don’t, and be respectful when you see her.
Post # 5
@ladygirl: the thing is he has already sent in his RSVP without her on it, but i was informed she might be there…
Thanks for all the insight, got to love family drama..