UKbride Member Request 30 Apr 2018

How would you go about un-inviting someone? We invited them because they are...

How would you go about un-inviting someone? We invited them because they are family and felt that we had to but having discussed it further we would rather they didn’t come and wish we hadn’t invited them.

Lucy Lewis
Lucy Lewis 30 Apr 2018

Hi I would say you have to cut the numbers due to rising costs :)

Rebecca Saunders
Rebecca Saunders 2 May 2018

I don't think you can, I'd just make sure I think more carefully about other aspects of the wedding.
Especially to save money to cover their place.

UKbride Administrator
UKbride Administrator 2 May 2018

Have they replied yet , don't think you can do a lot apart apologise and say we are having to cut numbers x

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UKbride Administrator 2 May 2018

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UKbride Administrator 2 May 2018

We uninvited my sil, (she was excluding my children) and told her the truth... she still invited herself anyway 🤷‍️ I didn't want to make a scene so let it go. But the text we sent was straight to the point as to why she was being uninvited

Jess Frosdick
Jess Frosdick 2 May 2018

I don’t think you can if you’ve sent them an invite. Might be more trouble than it’s worth and cause a rift in the family. Perhaps try and save some money elsewhere to cover the cost of them coming x

Michaela Sharp
Michaela Sharp 2 May 2018

I'd just say you need to cut numbers because you've gone over the venues limit so had to let a few down.

UKbride Administrator
UKbride Administrator 4 May 2018

Unfortunately we’ve had too, close family member wasn’t treating me right, even though it hurt to do it and his response, I did state there were people on reserve list to invite. One member on htb side invited herself then tried to invite a plus one plus other factors. It’s about the 2 of u, no point being unhappy on the day. Don’t be afraid, it’s ur day
Good luck

Catriona White
Catriona White 4 May 2018

Think long and hard. I think it’s really really not on to invite then uninvite on a whim. Sure, if they do or say something, or something changed because of an incident then fair enough. But if nothing has changed since you invited them except you changed your mind then really I think that’s just downright rude sorry.

Suzanne Hunton
Suzanne Hunton 6 May 2018

You can't. Well, obviously you *can*, but your family get-togethers forever after are going to be an eighth circle of hell... Suck it up, and just consider it an Idiot Tax 😊


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