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Last Min Invite Question

JeeGooDowsterJeeGooDowster member
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edited August 7 in Etiquette
RSVPs for a family member's wedding in September were 8/1...then over the weekend they contacted me about some extended family's addresses.  According to them they "forgot" to send out....I feel like this is a b-list situation and I kinda don't want to give the addresses and give them a heads up that it's pretty rude considering it's past the RSVP date!!!

Should i say something or just give the addresses?

Re: Last Min Invite Question

  • ShesSoColdShesSoCold bend over and I'll show ya mod
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    RSVPs for a family member's wedding in September were 8/1...then over the weekend they contacted me about some extended family's addresses.  According to them they "forgot" to send out....I feel like this is a b-list situation and I kinda don't want to give the addresses and give them a heads up that it's pretty rude considering it's past the RSVP date!!!

    Should i say something or just give the addresses?
    Ooof that's awkward. Would it be believable if you told them you don't have these addresses?
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  • JeeGooDowsterJeeGooDowster member
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    edited August 7
    RSVPs for a family member's wedding in September were 8/1...then over the weekend they contacted me about some extended family's addresses.  According to them they "forgot" to send out....I feel like this is a b-list situation and I kinda don't want to give the addresses and give them a heads up that it's pretty rude considering it's past the RSVP date!!!

    Should i say something or just give the addresses?
    Ooof that's awkward. Would it be believable if you told them you don't have these addresses?
    @ShesSoCold, unfortunately not...the extended relatives are actually my close relatives :-|
  • Thanks all...yup I just forwarded the addresses and keeping my mouth shut LOL
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  • PrettyGirlLostPrettyGirlLost A Land Filled with Unicorns and Cat Hair member
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    This is a situation where I just wouldn't have responded and ignored any subsequent texts or phone calls.

    Sometimes the most diplomatic response is no response at all. . .

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  • Oh FFS - just give them the addresses so they get the invites sooner than later... If it's like DH he was remembering people a couple weeks before the wedding and calling them...  And yes, I was the bride going "WTELF?!?!?!?!?" (I've since accepted anything decorum/etiquette is mine to anticipate, which isn't everyone's strength)...
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  • i think you should just give it to them
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  • I would totally give the addresses but the email would start with, "time for the B list huh? Here you go!"
    ShesSoColdeileenrob
  • I would totally give the addresses but the email would start with, "time for the B list huh? Here you go!"
     :D  :D
  • It may or may not be a B-list situation. I will admit I used that story with a couple people who were on my B-list but should have been on the A-list. Basically, I decided I should have invited them, so I said that they were mistakenly left off the list, which was not really a lie. But there were a couple of other people, including one of the groom's cousins, who actually were left off the list by accident. So you never know.
  • yep it's right of you to just sent it to them rather than making a big deal out if it
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