Post # 1
I am having a hard time figuring this out. I have a relative (just to be vague) who is in the wedding party. I am paying for her dress because she was unemployed at the time we went to order it so I offered. But in making my list for the brunch, i am not including her because I have to stick to a budget and I am concerned that she might not be able to stay the night for the brunch. I would have to worry about her getting home etc…Is it fair for me to not invite her to the brunch? The other wedding party members are being invited but they are from out of town and may stay at the hotel. please help me. I don’t know if I am being selfish or not here.
Post # 3
@mrtnza: I thiink that if you’re inviting everyone else then this person should be included. Just announce upfront that you guys won’t be able to accomodate andyone .
We had a day after the wedding Brunch and invited our Out of Town guests and anyone that wanted to join us. We didn’t host it though. It was at a restaurant.
Post # 4
I would invite her, but have her find her own place to stay if that’s what it would take for her to go. People will be talking the brunch, so it might be awkward if you don’t…
Post # 5
you need to invite her. she may choose not to stay the night, but you need to give her that choice. it would be pretty mean if you just said “oh, you have no money so you’re not invited.”