A year ago, a lifelong friend of my husband's was at a tailgate party, acting "creepy" to our daughter and her best friend, who will be the maid of honor at her wedding. (He leered at this lovely girl, and said to her: "when YOU get married, you will be saying 'I do' to your husband, but you'll be thinking of me.") I wasn't there but my husband said they laughed it off, and no one acted as if it were inappropriate. My daughter and her friend told me that they were both very uncomfortable. Our daughter, asked us to not invite this man to her wedding. It would upset her and her MOH, and it is just another worry on top of a lot of others. My husband said he wants to invite him anyway because the man is part of a large group of family friends, and it would be awkward if he and his wife were not included.
If we decide not to invite this man and his wife, should we explain why? Please say what you think about this! It's a bone of contention in an otherwise happy situation! Thank you!