The big day is here! No we don’t mean your wedding day but the day you will have to confront your guest list. From your bossy boss to your fourth cousin, the decisions won’t be as hard as you think to be made. Below you will find those 10 people that you have our blessings not to invite them at your wedding!
- LONG LOST HIGH SCHOOL BEST FRIENDS
You were BFFs! You were talking on the phone for hours everyday! You spent all weekends together. But that was like 10 years ago. Now you just like each other on Facebook or Instagram. You don’t have to invite them to your wedding.
- THE FRIEND OF A FRIEND OF A FRIEND
The fact that you have met this girl some times over drinks and you have shared a talk or two does not mean that she gets to be on your wedding guest list! SHE DOESN’T!
- YOUR BOSSY BOSS
No need to say more…
As much friend as you are with your ex boyfriend, DO NOT INVITE HIM TO YOUR WEDDING. The same rule applies to the groom as well!
You may be work-besties but if you don’t hang out besides office, then you don’t have to invite them to your wedding. No hard feelings!
You have been neighbors since like forever and you greet each other kindly every time you see them. But that’s it… They don’t get to be on your wedding guest list.
- THIRD AND FOURTH COUSINS
Yes you are family related but long distanced. What does that mean? No ticket to your wedding guest list!
- FAMILY FRIENDS
For years you have spent summer vacations together. You always see each other on Holidays just because your parents used to be close friends. When you grew up you lost touch. You are still friend on Facebook but too bad… the don’t get an invitation to your wedding.
- PLUS ONES
We are going to say just this and nothing more… YOU ARE NOT OBLIGED TO INVITE PLUS ONES TO OTHERS THAN FAMILY AND CLOSE FRIENDS! Period!
- THOSE THAT ARE NOT 1000% HAPPY FOR YOU
You sense a bit of jealousy and meanness? Don’t even bother thinking about it… On that day you just want around you people that sincerely love you and are happy because of your happiness. To all others just show them the hand and tell them… “Sorry but…!”.