Sorting out your wedding invitations can be a stressful time for many people as it becomes difficult to decide who should and who shouldn't come to your wedding.
These decisions are often determined by your finances where it is just not practical to invite everybody you would like to come to your wedding and obviously this causes concern over whether you will be offending people by not inviting them.
The reality of the matter is there are only a limited number of people that you will be able to invite and they should be your friends and family that are closest to you.
These are the people who you associate with throughout the year rather than those you feel obliged to invite whether you have seen them in the last 12 months not.
You have to realize that this is your day and you want to celebrate it with those people whom you care about the most and who you believe should be there to share this special occasion.
When you look back on your wedding in the years to come it is nice to think that the people who you wanted to be there were there for you.
Throughout your life people come and go but those who are special to you at the time of your wedding are the ones that you need to consider adding to your invitation list.
Plan your list like any other aspect of the wedding by writing a comprehensive list of everybody who you would consider coming.
Then you need to take into account the expense of having those people and start reducing the list accordingly until you have your final decision that you feel happiest with.
If you and your future husband are happy with the final outcome then that is all that really matters.
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Neal McFarlane is a full-time Toronto Wedding DJ ,VJ and MC who enjoys sharing his decades of knowledge to elevate every single event he can.