Help me not work myself into a tizzy about a potential social faux pas.
Caveat: this is longer than it has any right to be. Sorry, hive mind, and thanks for putting up with my obsessing over a rather trivial question.
So, there's this guy I met in a group I recently joined. I like him.
I am simultaneously the kind of person who doesn't hesitate to engage with people I like (so I invited him to an event) and the kind of person who is, you know, a little terrified of rejection (so I made the event a party at my house with other people from our group—I hadn't invited anyone else yet, I just suggested that I would have a party later this month, and I would like him to come).
In the end, I don't have time to throw a party, but there is a performance of one of my pieces of music this week at a church that has a concert series. So, I emailed him and suggested he join me for that instead. So, the email conversation (paraphrased):
me: I'm not going to have time to throw that party, but there is a concert of "Awesome Piece of Music" this week. Would you like to join me? [Note distinct lack of detail about how much tickets would cost, or that they would cost anything at all.]
him: That sounds like fun. Did you invite others from the group yet?
me: Not yet. I don't want to hurt anyone's feelings by excluding them.
him: Just invite a few people; don't worry about hurting their feelings.
me: Great! So you'll come?
him: Yeah! Sure!
me (to group): Come with me to this concert this week! It will be at this place, at this time, and you can get tickets online here, for $50.
The pertinent thing in all this is that I forgot to include the information about the ticket price in the initial email exchange (and didn't include a link to the event's webpage or anything like that), and only realized that I hadn't after I had sent the email out to the whole group. I haven't gotten any responses to that last email. Not from the guy or from any of the other people I invited. So I'm a little panicky.
I'm worried that a)
it might have been an unwelcome surprise that the event I invited him to costs $50—I didn't really think about it costing so much since it's one of my favorites—and b)
that I look weird for inviting a bunch of people to such an expensive event. My sister (to whom I expressed my anxiety) said, "He's an adult. If he didn't google an event before he agreed to go to, that's his problem."
My dilemma: should I add another email to our already pretty-darn-long email chain to say "Whoops, sorry, just realized I never gave you the ticket details on that before you agreed to come; hope it's not a problem" and risk looking even weirder than I'm already afraid I do, or should I just keep my mouth shut, quit panicking, hope nobody else does
agree to come, and email him before the event to confirm when and where we'll meet?
Current interior monologue: I can't believe I screwed this up. I am lame lame lame. How does anyone ever manage to ask anybody else out on a date? Aaaaaaaaaaaargh. I am an idiot.