If your friend from other country is getting married and doesn't invite you to their wedding do you end the friendship?
You have know this person for 6 years now
- chrisLv 710 months agoFavourite answer
No! I would be glad I wasn't invited and I would send a card or gift.
I don't get the whole thing with people getting insulted about weddings. It's their time, not yours!
I have family all over the US! I will most likely get married soon, but I'm not inviting the whole damn clan! I would have to rent 2 hotels and a football field just to hold them all.
- conley39Lv 710 months ago
No, I wouldn't. I wouldn't expect an invitation.
- KathyLv 710 months ago
I would not end the friendship. There could a financial reason why you were not invited. If the person getting married has strict budget for the wedding, he/she may invite so many people to the wedding.
- carrieLv 710 months ago
It would have been nice if you had had an invitation, but maybe they thought you wouldn't want to travel to another country just for a day or two. Or maybe it was just a family affair. I would keep their friendship.
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- wind_updollLv 710 months ago
No, bc the ceremony invitees may be limited simply bc they want it more intimate, or it’s cost inhibitive.
- Anonymous10 months ago
This isn't about me and Laura, is it?
We only invited family on Tuesday.
It is mainly family and a few friends for the repeat in November.
- Weasel McWeaselLv 710 months ago
No of course not.........they might just have figured that you are not gonna come all that way for a wedding.
I was married in Italy, but still sent invitations out, as a courtesy to all my friends...all around the world, as I had travelled extensively, and even lived in Japan for 2 years.
I did not honestly expect a single one of them to actually fly to Italy.........it was merely a formality of informing them of my wedding.
- WildCatLv 610 months ago
Yes I would, if he invites everyone else