My Parents Want Me To Invite My Sister's Future In-Laws to My Wedding, But I Don't Know Them. Thoughts?

Etiquette

When it comes to your guest list and wedding invitations, there are many parties to consider. Where do a sibling's future in-laws fit into the mix? Our wedding experts are here to answer your in-law questions in our daily post.

My sister just got engaged and my parents—who aren't paying for my wedding—are pressuring me to invite her groom's parents, since "they're family now." I don't know them, so am I obligated to invite them?

No, but you might want to consider sending them an invitation if you think your parents are planning to include them in all future family get-togethers. Annoying? Yes. Worth it? Absolutely.

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