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    Should I extend dinner invite to my solemnizer & photographer?

    Dear all,

    I am holding a small and intimate solemnisation outside of ROM this year. This will be a dinner for the two families after the ceremony. The ROM venue has a limit of the number of seated guests and hence I am afraid that I will not be able to invite my solemnizer/photographer to stay for dinner. Is it customary to invite them to stay?

    Thanks all for your advise.

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    Junior Member enid01 is on a distinguished road
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    I dont think they will mind if u dont invite them. But couples invite them as a courteous way to say thank you.

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    Why not? It can b a good way of showing your gratitude.

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