- 6 years ago
- Wedding: November 2012
I have this aunt (we’ll call her A) who after finding out my wedding would require an RSVP said I was stupid for even asking people to respond. She said I must have thought I was “all that” and that it’s not like my wedding would be that extravant anyway to ask people to RSVP. Ok fine. She’s entitled to her opinion. I sent her an invitation anyway because she’s family, my mom’s sister. The other day she sends me a text asking “have I RSVP’d yet????” I said no. She goes ahead and asks me to put her down for two. So I do. Well today I get a call from my other aunt (B) who tells me she’s coming, but wants to know if it’s ok if her son went too because he’s the only one that could drive them to the wedding. I made a comment about them coming with aunt A. She then tells me “well we were, but she told me today she wasn’t going.” I said oh. I didnt tell her that just yesterday she rsvpd yes. I said “well, we’ll miss her” to which she responds, “no you won’t. she just wanted to see how extravagant your wedding was because you asked for RSVP.” She has no intentions of going. Ok. Well I ended the conversation by telling her that my cousin was welcomed To the wedding.
So now I’m stuck. Do I keep her on the yes list or put her on the no list. we have friends who we didn’t invite due to capacity in order to accommodate family. I’d hate to keep her on the yes and miss out on inviting my friends then risk her not showing up. What to do. What to do.