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Dahl says. Julia Mynhier, 24, a senior project manager at a Nashville, Tenn., ad agency, posted an invitation to her wedding last year on the office fridge for all 15 of her co-workers, she says. To hold down costs, “I didn’t have extravagant flowers or a top-of-the-line dress. For us, it mattered more to have there the people we wanted, and to have a good time.” It’s also important to look ahead at how guest-list decisions might affect you and your career. “Think about how awkward it will make your everyday life at work if you don’t invite” a particular co-worker, says Davia Lee, a Buellton, Calif., wedding planner. Anne Chertoff, a trend expert with WeddingWire, says that if you’re inviting most of your co-workers on a small team, it’s probably best to invite them all. Whether to include your boss raises other thorny questions. It makes sense if you and your boss share details about your everyday life outside work, Ms. Lee says.
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