(Closed) Plus ones??

posted 7 years ago in Logistics
Post # 3
292 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

this is tough. I think if the couple is cohabitating, splitting them can get really tricky really fast. Maybe you could invite SOs as a B-list kind of thing. If someone calls you or Fiance to complain that their SO isn’t invited, tell them you have a strict guest count limit from your venue, and as people start RSVPing no, you can see if their is space for their SO. does that make sense? I hope it helps!

Edit: one of my best friends is against personally getting married, so she and her Boyfriend or Best Friend won’t be engaged or married for my wedding, but I’m definitely inviting him bc they are def on the path to lifelong partnership. These days with less and less people wanting to get married, limiting +1s to only married couples can get kind of sticky in some circles. In your circle it might work though.. so idk.

Post # 4
1114 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

@Runnat:  We’re inviting SOs we have personally met and in a very few cases those we haven’t (e.g. if we haven’t seen someone for 18 months because of where they live and they’re living with their SO).  Like PP said, it can get a bit tricksy completely refusing any +1 who isn’t married but by all means only invite named +1s (i.e. if you know what their long-term boyfriend/girlfriend is called).

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