Post # 47
@tiff-tiff-tiff: I would not attend. If they couldn’t bother to get you an invitation, even a Honey Boo-Boo style handwritten invite, they obviously didn’t think you were worth their time. If everyone else got an invite and you didn’t, well, to me that speaks volumes.
Post # 48
@tiff-tiff-tiff: Nope. That’s very rude of them. Gracious hosts make their guests feel special. A last minute invite is NOT special.
Post # 49
No dont think i would attend, theres one thing B or C listing someone, but its another to kind of let them know that!
I would feel really unwanted, and so no i wouldnt go.
Post # 50
@tiff-tiff-tiff: I would go. Maybe they just aren’t clear on etiquette (as it seems most people aren’t) and they didn’t see anything wrong with the way you were invited.
I know that it is not proper etiquette, but I have a B list for my wedding. It happens with a lot of weddings
Post # 51
@megantobewed: I think you really do understand my feelings. Since neither the groom or the bride invited me face-to-face I’ll feel a little unwanted at the wedding. I have attended word of mouth weddings before but the words came from the brides and not my Future Mother-In-Law nor SO.
The nosey part of me would really love to see the details of the wedding. After all, If I do not go, I’ll facebook stalk their pictures.
One of the reasons I’m leaning towards going is because my school is having a graduation tomorrow… not my cup of tea. A wedding is a good excuse to avoid it.
Since this is making me feel odd, i’ll probably eat a big lunch before going to the wedding.
I bought them a 6 piece glassware set as a gift.
Thanks for the responses ladies!! I got to view the situation at different angles.