Who Should I Invite to a Wedding?
Having trouble figuring out who to invite to your wedding? Don’t worry; you’re not alone! Almost everyone who plans their wedding has insane amounts of difficulty figuring out who they should invite. Most of the time, it’s because you have limited seating; but sometimes it can simply be that you have no idea who you do and do not want there. (Or perhaps you know who you ‘DO NOT’ want there, but can’t find a way to do so without offence) This article contains a few simple guidelines that you may find useful to follow to release you of your troubles!
The obvious first choice is family! There are very few weddings where the initial families are not present; usually, because either one or the other is deceased or was not present during the life of their child. In most cases, however, the first guests that should be on your list are your respective families; both the groom’s and the bride’s family equally. After they have been added, you can follow up with any other close relatives; grandparents, uncles, aunts, cousins, and any other relative that you feel close to. Depending on your cultural background, it may be the norm to invite your entire family relation to your wedding, but whether you follow this is entirely up to you and your soon to be spouse. Starting to feel like you have a decent guest list yet? Don’t go anywhere; we’re far from done! Remember to let your wedding photographer no about any “special” requirements when it comes to photographs, especially Family ones.
Close Friends: Yes, You can be a Little Selfish!
It is super difficult to choose which friends you will and will not invite. As you pick one from the other, you already know d