Post # 17
Oh my goodness, this is def. crazy innapropriate. I am not sure what it is you do for a living or what kind of client he is, but have you thought about maybe speaking to your boss about him? Could he be reasigned to a different person? Also, I was worried that if you come out and tell him (polietly even) that he is not invited you may loose his business-which may or may not be a big deal, I don’t know! Just wondering what your boss may say or if he or she had an opinion!! GOOD FREIKEN LUCK!! I’m thinking of you and pls keep us in the loop 🙂
Post # 18
ohmigod, that picture!!! sillyness!!!
but seriously, if he’s that persistent, can’t you hand off his account to someone else? at this point i feel like it’s borderline harassment – your work should protect you from potential dangers that this man can pose to you.
Post # 19
that picture bakerella…priceless….
I would e-mail the dude and tell him that its a small wedding for the fam…plus add the I haven’t gotten back to you because you knew how excited he seemed about it and you didn’t want to let him down? or you were embarassed that your wedding is soooo small? maybe that will shake him off your damn back.
Post # 20
@ bakerella, LOL. That pic is cracking me up!!!!!
@ mayeast06, He sounds like a very odd person. Good luck! The other Bees have giving you some great advice. Let us know how it turns out.
Post # 21
I totally understand and it’s awkward! I had quite a few people assume they were invited and leave me weird messages about travel arrangements, etc. I was able to ignore some of them, but had to politely tell the others something similar to what you ended up telling this guy about the venue being a limited amount of space. I don’t get it! I suppose because I would never assume that I was invited somewhere, I think other people wouldn’t make the same assumption, but there are many different kinds of people in this world!
Post # 22
@bakerella- Bwahahaha. ROFL