Post # 32
I wouldn’t care, she gets to sit where you put her! I think that’s very rude to add someone who wasn’t invited…and cross off the 2 and put a 3. We actually had our pastor (who Darling Husband grew up with) add his 16 year old daughter in which she was not invited and it was an 18 and up reception so we had to tell them she couldn’t come. Thankfully there was no hard feelings, but rules are rules and we had to be fair.
Post # 33
I have conflicts with my own family members because I want to invite my godfather but not his live in daughter and her family because well I don’t even talk to them and yes they’re my family but I am doing “close family and friends” not “every person I’m related to”..
If you can’t afford another table to feed those who invite themselves then that’s their problem, they can sit on the floor. But that’s just me. I’m mean haha
Post # 34
maybe she will love sitting t the table with the rowdy guys! or could you jiggle slightly so there is someone else she knows? if not she will just have to deal with it. no way should you have to pay lots extra for someone you didnt even invite
Post # 35
You ladies make me smile!
@This Time Round:
Lol! I really don’t know her at all, she is WAY older than us so though we went to elementary school together, it was only when I was r e a l l y little!
I totally thought the same thing girl! I’m just picking my battles I guess!
That what I said!!
From one control freak to another *cheers* lol!
the closer I get to marriage and the idea of F O R E V E R the easier it is! My Fiance really has let so much go (he’s so much calmer than I !) that it makes it easier for me to…most of ttio time!)
I’ve been to plenty of weddings where I’ve sat solo!
Lucky they didn’t take it the wrong way!
Im dealing with that too with my family!
Post # 36
Since she is an adult, I wouldn’t think twice about placing her at a table with people she doesn’t know. Perhaps it was her that crossed out the 2 to make it 3, or maybe someone else, but either way… her sitting with strangers will show them to respect the count that you had marked.
Post # 37
You are much kinder than I would have been letting Fiance add an extra table. I say fair warning to her seating situation so she can feel free to decline coming after all!
Post # 38
@Angelz_love: You’re nicer than I am, I would have told her too bad, so sad! Let her sit where there’s room, don’t add an extra table! You’ve already gone through so much work getting your decorations and centerpieces together without adding more!
PS – how was your bachelorette in Vegas?! I can’t believe we were at the same hotel and didn’t see each other even once!
Post # 39
Idk, they might cross out the other persons name and take their seat!!
Post # 40
that’s where a coordinator of sorts comes in handy, whether they’re with the venue itself or just a day-of type deal.
Post # 41
Well my uncle just called to tell me he spoke to my cousin and she said she still hasn’t gotten her invite(because we didn’t mail her one) and is worried. He said to make sure I hurry up and send her “another”. Um. Ok. And then he spent 20 min trying to tell me to hire some band he liked. Um. No. I said No the seating charts are already made and Fiance says I should invite them. Oy vey! We had 3 last min changes to no. Ladies, I’ve already made it a priority to avoid my parents on my wedding day, no I’m gonna have to dodge my extended family too? Screw Dat!
My bachelorette was…interesting…I’ll tell you bout it at the next bee meetup;)
Post # 42
Lol I can’t wait to hear all about it! I had an interesting moment or two, myself ;-D