Okay, so I have a kind of complicated situation. I know I haven't posted much recently, what with finshing my senior year and all, but I have been lurking, so I still feel like I know what's going on with everyone! Anyways...the issue. I'm pretty sure things like this just happen when you're engaged for over a year.
Okay, so there's these two people, we'll call them P and K. FI and P have been friends for a while, and he was always on the guest list. P and K dated for a few years, broke up for a few months, then started dating again and were dating when we sent out STDs in September, but we followed all the etiquette rules and only sent it to P's address with K's name on it. I had never even talked to K until about September, she was always just a friend of a friend.
Anyways, fast forward to currently. We're about to send out the invites in about a week, and P and K broke up again about a month ago. And now I don't know what to do, because I still don't really know K, but I had a conversation a couple weeks ago with her and a mutual friend from long time ago who said something like, "I can't believe you're getting married! I saw your STD on K's fridge." Ugh. K has three roommates, and one of them is a friend of mine, and she is invited, so it's likely her STD, not P's. But, still. To make matters more complicated, I've ended up in scenarios recently where it's just the two of us (me and K) chatting for a while. So, now I'm not really sure what to do. Should I send her an invite, or just not and be okay if P still brings her (they're friends still, even though broken up) or what? Our guest list has gotten so out of control that I selfishly want to not invite her, but I'm afraid that she already thinks she's invited and will be hurt if she's not.
Sorry if that was a little hard to follow... what would you do?