Next, her sister condemned her for having a small dinner instead of a “real” reception following the ceremony. And finally, her sister took issue with her posting her registry all over social media after only inviting a mere twenty people.
“We just don’t want to spend a lot of money. So, doing it outdoors is one way of doing that. We also just wanted our close intimate friends and families to be there, so I don’t know what’s wrong with keeping it small,” she said.
Regardless, though, her sister still has not calmed down about the canyon entry fee. So now, she is not sure what to do.
She knows that most of the people invited aside from family are all “outdoorsy-type” college friends who would probably understand the canyon fee.
But, she has still been left wondering if that is enough reason to actually expect her guests to pay ten dollars to enter the ceremony.
Do you think it is rude to expect your guests to pay, or is ten dollars a low enough entry fee? Would you go through with the canyon if you were in her shoes?
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