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    Senior Member meilingg is on a distinguished road
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    If the empty seats are quite a number, i will, if i need to cover up for the total cost...

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    it's probably best for you not to send them invites to your wedding because it would hurt them more if you invite them to your wedding and not to the banquet.

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    I think it's better to not invite them to the wedding in the first place. It's more rude not to invite them to the banquet.

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    Just don't tell the uninvited people about your wedding. Keep it low profile. I am also inviting just a small number of people. I work in a big office and don't plan to invite colleagues. Wedding is a personal thing.

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    it would be best to not inform them about your wedding. or if you want to keep your banquet to yourself and to some close friends and relatives then you should try doing it perhaps on another day or simply state that your banquet will just be between you and some relatives.

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    This is also a dilemma for me too. I don't want to offend anybody... :/

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    Perhaps just keep it low-key? If asked, you can say it's just for family.

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    Hmm. might as well not invite them in the ceremony

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    my plan is to not invite them to the wedding to avoid awkwardness

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    maybe just not send them invitation for wedding if they're not going to banquet

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    tell them you just invited relatives and handpicked friends

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    Just don't invite them to the wedding to avoid any awkward situations

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    a bit awkward of a situation

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    IMO, i think it's better to not invite them to the wedding at all

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    Omgosh yes!!! I dont even dare to mention about my wedding at work cos im not planning to invite my colleagues.. Plan to say only a casual family dinner but quite paisey cos im still gonna take one week leave lol

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