Long time lurker, and this is my first post because I can usually find a topic answered for any question I have. There are already plenty of topics on inviting co-workers, but usually when people say they work in a "small" department it will be around 7-10 people, in which case I believe only inviting 1/7 co workers is ok.
However, in my case I plan to invite one co-worker, and that only leaves 2 other people in my department NOT being invited (1 other co-worker, and our boss). In this case, would it be rude not to invite everyone since there's so few of us? Since our department is so small, we all work together closely every day, and I technically wouldn't MIND having them there, we're just not friends outside of work.
I don't talk about my wedding at work at all besides when asked and it's usually generally saying that planning is going well etc., but last week the co-worker who I didn't plan on inviting asked if "we" were invited to the wedding (collectively asking if the whole department was invited) and I wasn't sure what to say, I didn't want to say "yes one person would be, but not you." I don't know. Do you guys think this would cause drama, and should I just invite the other two people?