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From: Tooman
Response: Hello Mary, Unfortunately, what you would like to do is a breach of etiquette. Everyone invited to the ceremony should also be invited to the reception immediately following the ceremony. It is acceptable, however, to invite 100 people to the ceremony and reception and then later have another reception for guests who were not invited to the ceremony. Just be sure that it doesnt in any way resemble a request for gifts. When guests are invited to a reception only, they are not required to bring a gift. Rather, the purpose is to celebrate your marriage with them. If you want to have the second reception, you might have it after you return from the honeymoon. Then, you can share photos and details from the honeymoon with them.

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