Wedding Invitations: Inviting a Coworker to Your Wedding
Inviting friends from the office is easy. But what do you do about the new girl or that one guy you just don’t like?
By By Judy Lewis
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It’s a universal problem: the number of guests to invite to your wedding will expand and expand. You’ll need to be the judge as to where you place the cut off so it doesn’t get out of hand. Unfortunately, eliminating people from your guest list is a difficult task, but it needs to be done — unless you have unlimited funds and a venue that can hold hundreds of people!
A Hudson Valley bride asks: “My office is small. Most of my coworkers have become friends and we often see one another outside the office. There is no doubt that they’ll be invited to my wedding next year. My problem has to do with a coworker who just joined the office: do I have to invite her? On some level, I feel like I’m doing her a favor if I don’t invite her, since she won’t really know anyone and it’ll cost her at least a gift. On the other hand, I don’t want her to feel left out. What should I do?”
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