25 C
Singapore
Saturday, January 28, 2023
Ads

INTROVERTED WOMAN GETTING MARRIED BUT HAS NOBODY TO INVITE TO HER WEDDING

I have no one to invite to my wedding

Advertisements

I (24F) am so stressed and a little sad because we are currently planning for our wedding but I can’t think of a single person (except family members) to invite to my wedding. I am an introvert and I am always that person in the friend group that everyone forgets.

I feel so sad that I have no friends to invite. What should I do? 🙁

Netizens’ comments

  • Absolutely no shame in doing a simple ceremony. It is in fact a wiser decision. My cousin had family+some extended family over lunch at a nice spot, private room. we had a great time because we could chat, enjoy the food, the elderlies are all smiles and basically it’s good bonding.
    Why be pressured into spending money for a banquet to impress people you don’t like :p my other family member had a banquet, got to find out she doesnt know a good bunch of folks at her own wedding (and neither does the groom lol) and till today hates the memory of it
  • One of the most special weddings I’ve been to was also the smallest. 2 of my close friends married at 21, simple ceremony in a pub with not more than like a dozen of us. No adults or parents around either. Fast-forward 12 years today and they’re still married, and even though I’ve been to many weddings since they’re all very forgettable and vanilla compared to that one.
    Always remember that things don’t have to be extravagant to be meaningful.
  • I had a friend who was asked to be a bridesmaid to a girl she barely knew. They were hi-bye colleagues at best. My friend was confused asf because they weren’t on that level. She had to politely turn her down. But i feel like a lot of us feel the pressure to do things like others do. Not even friends for bridesmaids? Just don’t have bridesmaids. Not enough friends for weddings? Have a small one instead!
  • I believe many people are facing the same thing as you. Friends do drift apart. It’s common.
    Instead of a huge banquet, why not do a simple ceremony and between your family and his family
    Friends can subsequently be invited to your housewarming
    This removes unnecessary headaches and stress
    Simple is good. Unless his side wants a banquet, then no choice.
    Also past 2 years due to covid, many people are doing #2. Saves a lot of money and you can spend more on your house renovation/honeymoon which makes more sense.
- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -
Latest News

MAN SHOCKED THAT HE HAS TO PAY $0.50 MORE FOR MILK IN FISH SOUP @ VIVO CITY

A man in Singapore was recently told to pay an additional 50 cents for adding a common condiment -...
- Advertisement -