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Is this wedding invite a sign that he wants something more?

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Question - (29 February 2012) 4 Answers - (Newest, 29 February 2012)
A female Australia age 36-40, *nowland candy writes:

I have had a crush on this guy for sometime, and I have been invited to his family wedding. Its 4 months to go. It will be around 200 guests and very family orientated. We have been more than friends for a while, but not into a relationship enough to call it "friends with benefits", or "bf/gf"

I have never met a single family member yet and I got the invite a few months ago.

Is this a serious move from him?

Is it a sign that he wants something more, or on the 'friendship' level.

I want it to be more, but I'm not sure where this invite is from. I'm too afraid to ask, and I don't have a clue with wedding etiquette

-too confused

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A male reader, olderthandirt  +, writes (29 February 2012):

olderthandirt agony auntIt's probably an innocent invite to a girl he knows will not imbarass him by doing something stupid at a formal event. If was going to "make a move" on you he would have done so long ago, I don't think there's a hidden motive here. Generally speaking, guys only go to weddings to drink too much and thank their lucky stars it's not them saying the vows.

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A female reader, Dear Mandy United Kingdom +, writes (29 February 2012):

Dear Mandy agony auntHI

Why dont you just go to the wedding and find out, who knows if it is just an invite as friends, you may end up meeting someone at the wedding anyway :) keep your options open lol...But im guessing its from him, and maybe its a way for him to get closer to you too, and like you to shy to ask.


P.S Dress to kill for the eveing, :) xx

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A female reader, Honeypie United States + , writes (29 February 2012):

Honeypie agony auntIt could mean a few things.

1. He needs a girl who he thinks won't embarrass him at a family wedding.

2. He know many women dig wedding.

3. He wants to bring a "hot" date.

4. It's his "invitation" to take whatever it is your guys got going more serious.

These are just some of the reason I can think up.

If you really want to know his motivation for asking you, TALK to him. He isn't a mind reader and will not know on his own that YOU might want more. What do you have to lose, really?

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A female reader, eyeswideopen United States +, writes (29 February 2012):

eyeswideopen agony auntWho in his family is getting married? Are you going to the wedding with him or are you just another invited guest?

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