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Dear Sugar
I have been invited to two different weddings on the same night and I don't know which one I should go to. I like both of the couples, and I am equally close to both of them. Well actually, I'm not super close to either of them; they are both peripheral friends, but I want to go and am honored to be a part of their big days. I'm single and one of the brides always talks about her fiance's cute, single friends. I don't want to choose that wedding simply because I might meet a guy there - but I do think I would have more fun. The problem is that I got the other couple's wedding invitation first. Is there a right or wrong answer here? Wedding Guest Whitney

Dear Wedding Guest Whitney
Technically you are supposed to go to the one whose invitation you received first, however, if they came within a few days of each other it is alright to choose. Think about who you are closer to and where you think you will have more fun. It is perfectly alright to look forward to meeting guys at a wedding. It's one of the top places to mingle and network as well. Once you make your decision, send back your RSVP cards in a timely manner. Since you received 2 invitations, you need to send a gift to both couples anyway, so send the couple whose wedding you've declined, a respectable and thoughtful present that you know they will enjoy. That will make you feel good too. Have fun!

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