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#1 ylopez87

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    Posted 01 February 2009 - 06:21 PM

    Ok so my wedding date is june 29th 2009 in p.v. And the only people i want to attend are my immediate family members and fi immediate family (grandparents, aunts, uncles, close friends). This may still seem like alot of people but we have big mexicn families lol. Anywho all our families know about the wedding even distant relatives and all said they would love to go but they wouldn't be able to go which was fine by us because we only wanted close family there. So we never bothered to send out std's to anyone we made calls instead but now i am starting our invites and im not sure what to do? The only reason were doing invites are for keepsakes basically because our families already have all the information for the trip and some older relatives who will not be joining us want an invitation as a remembrance to our wedding. So what im asking is how do i avoid last minute guests? Or people feeling that we sent the invites out so close to the wedding because we didnt want them to attend the wedding? I feel like some family members may feel like we didnt give them enough time to decide to go or not since it was only mentioned once before to them and never again! Should i even be worrying aboout this?

    #2 montegobay09

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      Posted 01 February 2009 - 07:07 PM

      I think it's fine that you just send them out and not worry about what others will think. I think it was actually more difficult that some of my family knew long before because it just gave them longer to make up excuses for not going!

      As for avoiding last minutes guests, you could always make the invite more of an announcement of your wedding and then invite them to an AHR if you're having one.

      I'm sure others will be much more knowledgable on the etiquette of all this!!

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