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From: Tooman
Response: Hello Penny, If you live near the dad, the easiest thing to do is to give him an invitation that he or the receptionist can then share with the staff. Some businesses place it on a bulletin board with a sign-up sheet next to it for RSVPs. Others circulate it in a folder with a sign-up sheet. If the dad brings the invitation to the office, it becomes clear to the staff that he really wants his employees to attend, rather than it being a courtesy invitation that you and your fiance sent.

One thing to mention is that the staff members who attend should not be expected to bring gifts. If they know your fiance well, they might choose to give a group gift. Otherwise, most will probably bring cards and some may not do that.

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