Etiquette

So I was invited to attend a wedding between two coworkers. I knew about their wedding ever since I had started the job. I did not expect to actually be invited. Side note my husband started working for the company about four months ago and is pretty cool with the groom. Anyways back to the story. We get invited to the wedding via the wedding planner. She told the bride it was not the proper etiquette to invite someone this late. This late meaning about a week before the wedding. I know there had been some cancellation and since things were paid for might as well try to still fill those spots.

Now as I had stated before, this wedding was between two coworkers. So it’s not uncommon you would probably have a good amount of coworkers there because of work being the second home as much as we work.

It actually saddened me to see how many people who RSVP to the wedding who didn’t show up. Is that a reflection of the support these so-called friends show? Or is it just selfishness that you RSVP yes but don’t show up knowing that you were paid for. Should the bride and groom expect an outstanding wedding gift from those who didn’t attend and there were many who didn’t actually show.

This is just heavy on my heart because I was able to be blessed to witness their union. I find that to be very important. Being married isn’t easy it’s a test every day, but it’s totally worth it if you are married to someone who is willing to work with you. It also makes me reflect on who is an actual friend. In my opinion, my actual friends would be supporting me getting married. But her that’s just me and my little thoughts. I wish them the best in their marriage. ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•

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