Even if you don't know them, you should invite them in case they'll be invited to all future family get-togethers!Read more ››
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My Parents Want Me To Invite My Sister's Future In-Laws to My Wedding, But I Don't Know Them. Thoughts?
Anyone can walk you down the aisle, even a friend or a pet!Read more ››
While their absence may not bother you, your parents may feel otherwise.Read more ››
Divorce makes for tricky wedding decisions, but always consider sending a courtesy invite.Read more ››
You can't be expected to accommodate uninvited guests, so a phone call is recommended.Read more ››
Second-time brides should keep guests' expenses in mind if they attended her first wedding.Read more ››
Even if you're hosting a child-friendly wedding, your party is no place for a newborn baby.Read more ››
Will Close Friends and Family Who Can't Attend Our Wedding Feel Excluded if We Don't Send Them An Invitation?
If you want people to know that they are included in your wedding plans, send them an invitation.Read more ››