I got invited to a wedding and the invitation doesn't say i can bring a guest. Am i allowed to still bring a guest to the wedding?
- Alan HLv 79 months ago
Unless the invitation says so, no.
They will have planned catering
- dripLv 79 months ago
It would say plus one or and guest.
How well do you know the couple?
Yes it rude to ask to bring a guest,
But. At my daughter’s wedding we had a whole group of a family not be able to come due to an illness. They had a couple of friends ask politely if they could bring a guest with them. As we had plenty of extra room they said yes, please do. We were glad they asked.
In general couple’s plan a specific number of guests they can afford to invite. Asking can put them into an awkward position.
- 9 months ago
Don't bring a guest. A guest isn't invited. You are not allowed.
- GBLv 59 months ago
If you don't want to attend the wedding without a plus-one then don't go. Asking if you can bring a guest, might make the couple feel obliged to say yes.
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- KellyLv 79 months ago
On the invitation if there is no mention of a guest or plus 1, only you were invited... without a guest.
- Beverly SLv 79 months ago
It would be RUDE to bring a guest if the invitation doesn't say plus 1.
- LitaLv 69 months ago
No, if the invitation makes no mention of a guest you are not allowed to bring one.
- geetarman56Lv 79 months ago
I would either call and inform them or answer it in a RSVP note that you will bring someone.Source(s): me
- Anonymous9 months ago
No. The invitation is addressed to you only. That means only you are invited.
- EvaLv 59 months ago
No if the invitation only has your name on it and not "your name and guest" you are not allowed to bring a guest.