Erica Davies
Erica Davies 19 Sep 2017

question i have family that i dont bother with, but unsure atm to invite...

question i have family that i dont bother with, but unsure atm to invite them to wedding in 2020, my question is if they do want to attend, am i responsible to sort out accommodation for few nights, or are they ??

Chloe Mitchell
Chloe Mitchell 19 Sep 2017

They are, unless you want to. Every time I've gone to a family wedding, I've organised my own accommodation and transport, just send them information on nearby hotels/b&bs and prices for rooms in your venue if they have any :) good luck

Lucy Lewis
Lucy Lewis 19 Sep 2017

Hi Erica if you don't bother with them then don't invite them, that's what I have done :)

Erica Davies
Erica Davies 19 Sep 2017

they my fathers side, they dont like me no more.
if they dont want to come, it just be around 10-15 people

Demi Morris
Demi Morris 19 Sep 2017

We are inviting the people that bother there was only 50 people at our children's Christening will be the same for the wedding plus maybe a few more on the night but day is strictly close family only x

Susan Coleclough
Susan Coleclough 19 Sep 2017

If they want to come to the wedding then they must organise and pay for their own rooms. As Chloe suggests, maybe send them info on local hotels. 10 people at £100 a night is another £1000 on your wedding budget.

Stephanie Wood
Stephanie Wood 19 Sep 2017

Don't invite people you don't want to be there. Also, it's generally up to guests to sort out their own accommodation. I'll be providing a list of places with my invites but I won't be paying for them.

Alys Brierley
Alys Brierley 21 Sep 2017

They sort it out but offer solutions such places to stay near by etc

Nicola Jones
Nicola Jones 21 Sep 2017

I have family coming from all over UK and they have all sorted their own rooms out. They're grown-ups now, let them sort it out for themselves.


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