Most Helpful Guys
Tell him that you don't want to spend so much for people who don't care about you, he shouldn't invite people just for the sake of it, he should invite the people who are close to him and who he actually knows rather than some people who he meets every couple of years...
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To me there is no point in calling 100 plus people in your wedding that you barely talk to them. I mean a wedding is supposed to be your special day, a moment you share with the people that are close to you. Personally I would make a wedding even with 10 people. I would call some close friends, like 3-6 , some of my cousins ( because I have so many cousins that some of them, I've never met at all and what the hell, I dont even have a responsibility to call them to my wedding). Although I would like to make a huge wedding, a small one is more special.
Most Helpful Girls
It’s your day. And it’s meant to be sacred and special and if you don’t want all of those people there, then don’t invite them. Tell him you want a small, intimate wedding. If he chooses to invite all the other people then let him pay for everything but let him know that you won’t be happy. And nobody wants a pissed off bride/wife. Not a good way to start the new beginning.
Yes I would because this is our day and we're supposed to enjoy, they are not even making a valuable contribution to the wedding and most likely might downgrade because of you didn't exactly reach their expectation. This is your day whether it be two or three people do the best you can and don't go over and beyond for people who wouldn't care two shit in the morning. So he needs to understand that's it no longer pleasing them with an invitation but pleasing you guys with a beautiful wedding. That's why it has cameras record everything and they shall get a video watch it or not who gives af (sorry for cursing my lady) By the waaaaayyyy congratulation let's do the happy dance ooohhh yeahhh yeahhh slay girl slay