Preparing a wedding guest list can be a strenuous as well as a time consuming task. More than this, if you forget to invite someone, then it is going to create differences in your relations with them. So, to keep the spirit of the wedding going and for deciding on whom to invite and whom not to, first have a fresh mind and be clear of your budget. Read ahead, in order to have a clear idea of how to make a wedding list without putting in many efforts.
Once you start preparing your wedding guest list, you come across with many people like should you invite Aunt Mary whom you have just met twice in a lifetime or Uncle Jack who was your earlier neighbor etc. This can get you down and cause a dilemma of how to remain within your budget by inviting all your concerned relatives. If you are having a tough time finalizing your list of relatives then the best you can do is to make multiple lists.
How to start with it?
- Immediate family: Firstly, get down the name of your partners extended family on your list of whom to invite.
- Family members: This includes your grandparents, uncles, aunts, cousins etc. As these members form the actual part of your family, don't even miss out on a single name.
- Close friends: You should definitely list down your close friends and their spouses in the list. These people are the ones who make your wedding lively and worthwhile.
- Friends and acquaintances: This set of invitees includes the people with whom you had shared your life. Go back to your past and jot down the names of people who have been affected your life in some or the other way like mentors, neighbors, co-workers, etc.
Now, finally you are ready with your wedding list. Ask yourself whether you have invited all the relatives and not one is left out. Also, you can't overlook any relative on mere basis that you are not comfortable with him. Therefore, by following the above mentioned tips, you can make a proper list of invitees without missing out on anyone.