kittykat - Level 0
Wedding Date: 09/09/2010
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Does anyone have any idea on how to avoid having a wedding with over 100 guest?

Being Filipino, we have not only a might large large family, but also tons of relatives, most of them I barely know.
And, both my parents have their social groups, community groups, and church friends, that they want my fiancee and I to invite. Not to fail to mention that my future father-in-law is all a part of. Although, my fiancee's father has no issue with footing more than half the possible budget. He and I really really feel that we want a more intimate wedding.

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Posted: 3139 days ago in Wedding Reception | California, San Francisco Bay Area

honeyboo - Level 1
Wedding Date: 04/18/2009
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my first thought would be to have a destination wedding. usually if you do you can keep your guestlist short. if you want to have a wedding back home, maybe consider having an adults only reception? can you have a guestlist where you agree that you will only invite people that both you and your fiance know?

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jenjen - Level 0
Wedding Date: 05/01/2010
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Well, I think that if your future father-in-law is willing to foot half the bill, then maybe you should consider having the wedding somewhere very far. Like Las Vegas or Hawaii?

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lauren131 - Level 0
Wedding Date: 03/20/2010
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can you just be honest with your inlaws and fam that you want a small wedding? is that something they would beok with? its your wedding after all. you should be able to do what you want.

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