There are two ways you can approach creating your guest list:
1. Start with a number limit.
If you already know how many people your venue can accommodate, or know the amount of people your budget can accommodate (especially when paying per person), then you can go ahead and start listing you and your partner's family and friends until you've gotten to that limit.
2. Group the people you and your partner know into categories to decide who should definitely get an invitation, and who may or may not, depending on your budget (if you have one).
2. Best friends
4. Friends of your parents
Don't forget to think about if you would allow your guests to bring a guest and if you will have children at your wedding.
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