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Wedding ceremony Guest List Etiquette

When it comes to deciding how many people to bring to your wedding, there are a lot of guidelines you should abide by. It’s a wedding day, and you make sure you’re surrounded by the people who really matter to you.

The moment compiling your guest list, start with immediate family and close friends and work outwards from there — colleagues, university mates and fair-weather associates most count as a separate group. Then, decide who you would like to include being a plus one, and don’t forget to show professional titles (Doctor or Reverend) and military rates (General or perhaps Major) on your invites if you have these people.

While it’s a attractive gesture to invite folks that were in yours or their own wedding ceremonies, you shouldn’t truly feel obligated to get them to yours simply because they invited you to theirs. When you do not have enough space on your own list to invite everyone who warrants a spot, send them a reception-only invites, or even better – a handwritten notice explaining for what reason.

A lot of couples think it is helpful to break their list down into three groupings: A-list, B-list and C-list. For the purpose of the A-list, think hard about exactly who you need there and why — and remember, in the event someone can make it into this category it’s not due to any marriage, but mainly because they are important to you personally as a few. Similarly, people who make the B-list are persons you would love to have there but it really wouldn’t mess up your day in the event that they could not come.

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