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Wedding invitation to work colleagues? How common in Poland?


CuriousOne
13 May 2016 #1
Hey People,
How common is it to invite work colleagues to your Polish wedding?

Probably like most of you, I have a handful of colleagues that are good(but not close) friends and rest are rather acquaintances.
I feel that inviting those few good friends might not be seen well by the rest, and I really don't want to get into a political war at work :).

Any advice is appreciated!

cheers,
Curiousone
Chemikiem 7 | 2,568
15 May 2016 #2
I really don't want to get into a political war at work

Regardless of what people say here, I really think it's up to you, and obviously cost is going to come into this.
If you don't want there to be bad feeling at work, and lets face it, there are going to be some of your workmates who might feel offended that they didn't get an invite when others have, you could always say that you are only inviting family and very close friends only.
nothanks - | 640
15 May 2016 #3
If you think about it, you see/interact with work colleagues on a daily basis. Some people invite ex-friends from High School/College to their weddings in the USA which is just silly.
smurf 39 | 1,981
15 May 2016 #4
like most of you, I have a handful of colleagues that are good(but not close) friends and rest are rather acquaintances.

Invite who you want, if people have a problem with that then fuq 'em, that's theur problem. Maybe if they'd been cooler to you they'd have been invited ;)


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