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    Junior Member Alylooney is on a distinguished road
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    Agree a lot of pressure to invite everyone

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    Junior Member tanghao is on a distinguished road
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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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    Junior Member makeuplover_xoxo is infamous around these parts
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    yeah don't send them any invites.. they might be offended if they can't go to banquet after

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    Junior Member crepesandpies is infamous around these parts
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    it's generally an unspoken courtesy for people to understand when you don't invite them....

    i think it becomes more defensive when you write them a personal letter or explanation.

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    Think can just let them know the wedding is for family and family friends. ;)

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    Junior Member melted_choco_12 is infamous around these parts
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    I think it's best you don't invite them for the ceremony either. Imagine attending the long ceremony but only to be told they're not invited to the banquet after. That would surely create an issue!

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    If they don't get any message, that is already a message. ;)

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    Junior Member jean_pring is infamous around these parts
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    Giving them a handwritten letter won't hurt, I guess.

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    Be direct as possible but remain polite

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    Member icebabybaby is infamous around these parts
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    Make it sure to explain why they can't be at the banquet (limited seating, intimate family members only.. ) so they won't get offended

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    Member icebabybaby is infamous around these parts
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    Just approach them sincerely and be humble as much as you can.... I'm sure they will understand!

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    im having trouble deciding who to invite from work T_T i feel obliged to invite a certain few people that i'm on good terms with, but am not exactly close with them... even for the closer ones whom I have lunch with, i won't really hang out with them after work D: maybe occasionally we will have a group gathering, but will seldom text after work. what do you guys think and how did you approach / how are you approaching this situation?

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    Junior Member Missceline25 is on a distinguished road
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    I’m facing the same issue too! My venue can only accommodate 80 pax so I’m gonna tell them it’s just gonna be a small and intimate session with my family and close friends. ;)

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