Post # 1
My Save-The-Date Cards are Christmas cards. I have decided to invite only coworkers who are on my immediate team and our supervisor. This is about 10 people.
I recently found out that one of my coworkers is leaving soon. I dislike her very much and wouldn’t have invited her at all except it would have seemed odd to invite every other team member and not her. So now I am not going to invite her.
However, her last day of work isn’t until December 21st, the last work day before Christmas. Her resignation is a secret until she announces it at a time of her choosing.
How do I hand my Save-The-Date Cards out with her still here and her resignation still a secret? Thank you so much for your help with this tricky situation, Bees!
Post # 3
I would wait until after her last day of work. Even with the weekend/holiday you can still give out the Christmas themed Save-The-Date Cards after. You don’t want to stir the pot by excluding her before she’s gone!
Post # 4
Just skip Save-The-Date Cards for coworkers and see who is still working there when the actual invitations go out. It would be considered rude to send a STD then not follow it with a formal invitation.
Post # 5
@DaneLady: Agreed! STD’s are meant only for those nearest and dearest to you. For those that you simply cannot get married with out them being there.
I would not send anything to any co-workers, and just invite whomever works there when the time rolls around.
Post # 7
I say mail them too. Remember though, everyone who gets an STD has to get an invitation too. So if any of them are leaving or you have a fall out with any of the remaining 10, you still have to invite them. But not all guests have to receive an STD.