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#1 NYJen

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    Posted 19 February 2008 - 03:10 PM

    Did you invite them to the Wedding and/or Welcome Dinner? I want to be "etiquettely correct" here. I assume they are working at the wedding, so they don't get an invite. But what about my Welcome Dinner? My WC isn't scheduled to work that event, do I invite her to it? Just curious because we are having a rehearsal a few hours before the dinner and I will see her then. Is it rude not to invite her to my WD? What are your thoughts?

    #2 fogdog

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      Posted 20 February 2008 - 01:01 AM

      My WC was working at our welcome dinner so I can't comment from experience. But, I would say, invite her. She will likely decline (because even though you might have become friendly with her and you like each other, it's still sort of "work" for her to be there). But it's a nice gesture and I'm sure she'd like that you thought of her. And if she accepts, it's just one more person.
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      #3 cheese_diva

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        Posted 20 February 2008 - 01:03 AM

        I agree it would be a kind gesture to invite her. Maye and the DJ's wife (I invited DJ but he decline because he was working but accepted the offer for his wife- she was very sweet) sat down to enjoy dinner at our reception. However they had the staff set up a separate small table off to the side.
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