Do I Have to Invite My Future In-Laws to My Wedding Shower? We Don't Get Along At All

Etiquette

A wedding shower is a fun-filled day of girly bonding, whether it's at a relaxing spa or outdoors at a winery. Some brides-to-be don't feel comfortable inviting future in-laws—but is it a faux pas to leave them off of the guest list? Our wedding etiquette experts are here to answer your bridal shower questions in our daily post.

Is it necessary to invite the groom's sisters and mother to my shower? Our families don't get along at all.

Like it or not, it's customary for mothers and sisters of the bride and groom to be invited to all showers. (They don't have to buy presents for each one.)

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