Post # 1
So Future Mother-In-Law insisted that we send a STD to FBIL’s GF’s mom because “shes going to be family.”
Well now Future Brother-In-Law and Girlfriend are split up…for good. Is it just assumed on both ends that she will no longer be invited to the wedding?
I know there are posts about how you can’t send a STD and not invite them to the wedding…but this is different, right??
Post # 3
I would think she would probably decline anyways…
Maybe Future Mother-In-Law should give her a call just in case if they were that close.
Post # 4
@MademoiselleL: Thanks! So you think we should still send her one anyway? I’m sure Future Mother-In-Law will talk to her eventually. (though Future Brother-In-Law and GF’s breakup is kind of messy).
Post # 5
I sent out save the dates to my boss and his entire family (I worked for a family owned hotel) and ended up quitting 4 months before the wedding. It was very dramatic and awkward, so I decided against inviting them to the wedding. They wouldn’t have come anyway.
In this case, I would invite her anyway. No way she would come!
Post # 6
@Stammie16: I would either send her an invite and expect that she will RSVP no, which she probably would, or have someone speak to her beforehand about it. It depends on her personality I suppose. If she’s not an overly dramatic person, I’m sure she will be very understanding.