Small wedding - ppl assume they are invited
Posted 13 April 2009 - 10:22 AM
So my FI and I have decided that we want a small, intimate wedding (50 people MAX). Co-workers and people we have only known for a short time have been making comments like "I can't wait for your wedding" "I hope I can get the time off work" "when do i get my invite" etc. Infact someone just made a comment about it on my facebook status last night! How do you tell them that they are not invited without sounding rude?
Posted 13 April 2009 - 10:29 AM
Isn't it funny - people keep telling us "We'll Come!"
I just keep saying "It's going to be very small" and "We're only inviting very close friends and family" and "We're not having a big wedding"
Just remember it's YOUR wedding...
I think it's rude for THEM to ASSUME they will be invited!
Posted 13 April 2009 - 10:33 AM
Posted 13 April 2009 - 10:43 AM
I agree, it is incredibly rude for them to assume they are coming to my wedding and they don't seem to get it. This one girl I work with, I am not close to her at all she made a comment before my FI and I even got engaged, she said "I can't wait for the day that Chris (my FI) asks me how to propose to you" I was completely weirded out because I dont think my FI has even met her, she is just someone I work with.
I think I am just going to stick to saying "we are having a very small, intimate wedding with close family and best friends"
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