Post # 31
- Wedding: September 2014 - SPRING VALLEY COUNTRY CLUB
MrsPiggles: I yelled at my fiance and told him to call them right now! He did and talked to them, while i was still yelling in the background. I believe they heard all that i said too. I still feel pretty disresoected by it actually. To add insult to injury, the person called us Monday and told us they left someone off thier count, and since we told them they could bring 12 people or thier babies, could this person be accomadated. I immediatly got angry! People don’t realize all that goes into wedding planning and getting your guest list straight and organizing. It’s overwhelming.
Post # 32
MrsMeowton: While I get what you’re saying it’s important for the bride to use her manners as well (not the case in this situation, but from personal experience). I had a bride exclude my SO from a wedding invitation when we had been together for a long time and had been living together for about a year. She genuinely thought it was appropriate to invite me alone. She was kind enough invite those couples who were married though. Descrimination based in whether a couple has signed a piece of paper is always rude.
Post # 33
robin2015: Where in my response did I ever mention excluding one half of a couple? I’ve also been excluded from the wedding of FI’s cousin because we weren’t married, so…Yeah. Never mentioned anything like that in my response. I stand by what I said, though. Tacking on your children to an RSVP card that did not include them is still appallingly tactless.