There are a lot of what you should consider when building your wedding guest list. While it is very tempting to re-unite the elementary school besties and get back together the high school friends (and that volunteer group from Nicaragua), you also have to balance the telephone number of people you’re welcoming with your budget and place capacity. Below are great tips for navigating this difficult process.

Your Wedding Get together: This is the on your visitor list, but don’t miss to invite anyone who will be standing up beside you as you exchange your vows. It’s the good idea to feature any instant family members, like aunts and uncles, initial cousins, etc .

Prolonged Family: Depending how close you are to your parents and how big your wedding is, you may want to mirror the groom’s side within the family or stick with your side of the family group. Either way, you’ll want to make certain to have a cut-off stage at which you won’t go beyond your parents and siblings.

Friends Not really in the Wedding Party:

It’s not odd for couples to have particular friend organizations; some are connected at the hip while others only see one another every now and then. If you’re a couple with this situation, the new good idea to discuss your guest list with your partner and think of mutual guidelines for selecting who should be asked. This is especially important if your parents are involved in the planning procedure.