If you can't make it to the wedding, you still have to RSVP on time! Wedding etiquette suggests you do your best to include the reason s you can't come, but don't focus solely on bad news when there's so much to be happy about. We are so excited to hear about your upcoming wedding. Thank you both so much for including us in your event. Unfortunately, we won't be able to attend, as we will be traveling to Vermont the same weekend to attend the graduation of our niece.
How to (Politely!) Decline a Wedding Invitation
Polite Way to Turn Down an Invitation
The most common way to appropriately decline a wedding invitation is simply by filling out the RSVP card: How many people is this? No more than the number the invitation is addressed to. For example, if the invitation is addressed to both you and your significant other, it goes 2 decline with regret.
10 Useful Scripts to Politely Decline an Invitation
In a perfect world, you'd never have to say no to a wedding invitation. But sadly, other commitments do sometimes get in the way of your good time! With that in mind, we wanted to find an answer for this classic wedding etiquette conundrum once, and for all! There are lots of good reasons for declining a wedding invitation - you're strapped for cash, you don't know the couple very well, you've got another wedding on the same weekend, etc.
Pretty self-explanatory. This situation is a bit complicated, but to sum it up Darling Husband and I were invited to two out of state wedding, both DHs cousins. We plan to attend one and have already accepted the invitation, we recieved save the dates last year and planned accordingly. They are both in July. No need to write anything.