At some time in you’re wedding-planning approach, you will no doubt have to decrease your invitation list. You can almost count on differences of opinion, so you and your fiancé should remain gracious and have appreciation of each other’s thoughts about the invitation list and making tough choices concerning who will be invited.
Choosing who will not be on the invitation list
Not many couples come in under the number they have agreed on for their guest list before writing down names. After you get input from your fiancé and your both of your parents, you might need to get out a red pin and be ready to cut it down.
Here are four ideas on how to do it:
- Review both of your casual friends that are on the list. Do you talk or see them regularly? If you paused at all, strike them. If you attended there wedding years back it does not qualify them for your list automatically. Keep in mind that anyone who has planned a wedding will understand what it feels like to have to keep on budget.
- Look at people you know just from working with. If you must make cuts, your coworkers should understand that you want to keep it to just close friends and family.
- Distant relatives who you have not been in contact with in a long time. Check first with your parents. Those relatives could be thankful they don’t have to journey or give a present.
- Look at the list, and if you do not know a name, check with who ever requested the name and politely ask if that person can be dropped.
If you invite someone to the ceremony they will expect to be invited to the reception. That is not a cost cutting method.
How to steer clear of disagreements
If you can steer clear of disagreements during you’re wedding planning, that is a good sign for your marriage. Avoid arguments by reminding yourself to be civil and well mannered when you are talking with whomever. Yelling to argue your point most of the times will not work. Come first to an agreement on the assumption of the guest list with your partner. If you have to deal with your parents and their list it will be much easier if you two come to an agreement before you take it to them.
Being kind to the unasked
If you think someone might be hurt about not being invited call or visit them before you send out invitations. It will not be an easy talk to have with them, however being honest and addressing the issue will be better than not say anything at all. Try not to be uptight; clearly express regret and hope that you will keep being bosom buddies.
You can also think about hosting a barbecue or casual cocktail party some time soon after the wedding. Invite all the friends that could not attend the wedding, and tell them they do not need to bring gifts.
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