My fiancé and I are working on our guest list and are running into some problems when it comes to inviting first cousins. We are trying to keep it at about 100 guests. It is also a destination wedding for all of our family, since it will be in FL and they are all from NJ. However, if we invited all of my first cousins, it would be well over 100. My fiancé only has 4 cousins ranging from 14 to 24 years old. I on the other hand have 10 maternal cousins and 20 paternal cousins. The majority of my maternal cousins I am particularly close with and I know that I want them at my wedding. However, the majority of my paternal cousins I rarely see. We also have decided not to invite anyone under the age of 18, except for my fiancé's 14-year-old cousin, since he only has a few anyway. The only issue with that rule is that many of my paternal cousins are over the age of 18, and some of them I almost never see. Is it possible to invite the ones who I see more regularly and who have attended our engagement party and not the others around the same age that I haven't seen in a while? I'm concerned that I will be hurting some of my aunt's and uncle's feelings if they see some of my cousins around their son/daughter's age that were invited when their children were not.