Wedding Invitations: When Your Partner or Spouse Is Left Out of the Invite
It’s standard etiquette to allow a plus-one for every wedding invitation — especially when inviting married couples. But what do you do when your spouse is left out?
By Judy Lewis
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Wedding planning by its nature is complicated and sometimes issues arise that are almost unique. This wedding guest has an unusual problem.
A Hudson Valley wedding guest asks: “I just got an invitation to my best friend’s son’s wedding. The invitation was addressed to me and did not include my husband (we’ve been married for about 35 years). Both my husband and I have known the groom since he was born, so I can’t understand why my husband was omitted from the invitation. I don’t know what to do about it.”
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