Small Wedding – Do I need to offer plus ones?

posted 2 years ago in Guests
Post # 61
290 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2020

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pizzaballerina :  Just curious why your fiance’s sister in law and their children (niece or nephew) aren’t invited to your wedding?  They are married and would be considered your fiance’s immediate family, no?

Post # 62
2 posts
  • Wedding: April 2019

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bespectacled1 :  not just the sister-in-law and children, his brother isn’t invited either lol. they’re not close at all. like, i don’t even think my fiance has his brother’s phone number. if his brother was invited, the others would be too!

Post # 63
835 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2019

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simplebride2019 :  My advice would be to either invite your friends with their SO’s or not invite them at all. I don’t think the length of time or having a ring or being engaged are the only indicators of a serious relationship. It is possible that couples that get married early could end up divorcing and couples that get married late could end up together forever. Some couples choose not to be married at all. It’s hard for me to imagine what I would do if my close friend did not invite my SO to the wedding because none of my close friends would do that. If at all they did, I guess I would prefer to not go.

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