So me and the female are talking whimsically about marriage as we come to terms with the fact that we ain't getting any younger. Sometimes we get to interesting arguments over how we would have the wedding--not arguments so much as questions regarding what kind of cake we want which brake into tangents about how marble cake is better than plain white cake, etc.
However, I've been wondering about certain friends belonging to the female, attending this wedding that will probably happen someday. Due to drama four-six years ago I got ostracized by a huge group of our high school friends. In fact it's been rather difficult just reconnecting with a few of them. I know the female would want to invite them though, even though I'm sure a lot of them still disapprove of me...
So what do you do in that sitch yo? Do we just invite everybody we know and hope the people we don't want to show don't? That way, no one gets hurt feelings. I'm not terribly worried about some doochie poo getting up during the ceremony and objecting to our union, but I wouldn't put it past a few people getting drunk and wanting to fight me during the reception.
Funny how wedding crashers in my case would be a bunch of guys chasing after my bride to be and not the bridesmaids. What would you do if this was a issue in your wedding? Or, what do you see as the biggest problem in your wedding?