Post # 1
Today I was in a flute lesson (I’m a grad student) and the professor I have known for 12 years said he wasn’t going to be able to make it to the wedding. I played it off like it’s not a big deal but does every “no” hurt feelings? I am shocked because he is one of the people I would never imagine saying he couldn’t make it.
Post # 3
Sorry you’re upset!! I expected some of my no’s to be no’s so they haven’t hurt, but I haven’t received any shocking ones yet – I’m sure I’d be upset if I thought it was someone who’d for sure come!
Post # 4
Awww sorry to hear that! Just try to remember its very likely not about him not wanting to come, he probably really *can’t.*
Post # 5
- Wedding: March 2010 - Calamigos Ranch
Awww 🙁 I was surprised by a few of our “no”s (I’d just assumed everyone who was in town would come! silly!), but I don’t think they hurt my feelings. (No-shows did!) I’m sure you’ll feel better by the time the wedding rolls around 🙂
Post # 6
I am HOPING to get a few no’s. We have limited numbers and the one’s we’re initially asking are the ones we HAVE to invite. I will be far more upset if my reserves can’t come.
Post # 7
@AirForceFiance: Don’t worry it’s going to happen as much as it can suck. I had 4 people who I had hoped would be there and who show up to EVERYTHING RSVP that they aren’t coming. I was devastated but then realzied “eh I have a ton of other people coming”
Post # 8
I’ve been kind of let down by our ‘no’s too, mostly because it seems like all of them are from my family and very few are from FI’s. Try not to let it bother you; the day is going to be wonderful with everyone who is able to come.
Post # 9
I had a few people I was hoping could make it, but had a few no’s. Fiance is more upset about his no’s since there were a few who told him months ago they would be there and now they can’t….like his brother. In the end you will have a wonderful day and that is all that matters. 🙂