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Cut Your Guest List With a Destination Wedding

Are you saddled with an insanely long wedding guest list, but don't know how to tell people they're not invited? A co-worker yesterday told me about how someone she knew cut her guest list by moving the wedding further away. The bride made sure to hold the wedding near enough for close friends and family to make the trip. The couple live in Los Angeles but picked Vegas as their destination wedding spot. They figured it'll solve the problem of telling people like relatives of relatives they're not invited.

Do you think this is a savvy idea, or should the couple have been more aggressive?

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Lovely_1 Lovely_1 5 years
Thats what I am doing! Destination wedding for sure! Maybe the parents and a few friends can come if they want, but the wedding isn't too important to me. I just want to exchange vows with the man I love <3
SamBourdain SamBourdain 5 years
That's a pretty clever idea. Plus, it's kind of nice to have a wedding at an exotic location. Hawaii seems to be a pretty popular destination.
lickety-split lickety-split 5 years
Cut your costs by increasing the costs for your guests......wow. How about just telling anyone rude enough to ask why they weren't invited that you have a budget. I don't get how saying "I can't afford that" is taboo. And has anyone here seen that TV show where 4 brides compete against each other for who has the best wedding :faint: horror story. Everything is a competition now. Your wedding day is for you and your spouse. If the 2 of you are happy with it that should make those who really love you happy as well.
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