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Woman Gets Disinvited From A Wedding So She Takes Back Her Wedding Dress That She Promised To Lend To The Bride, The Bride Makes A Scene
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Woman Gets Disinvited From A Wedding So She Takes Back Her Wedding Dress That She Promised To Lend To The Bride, The Bride Makes A Scene

Recently, a woman has taken an incident she had with a bride to Reddit to get some advice on the incident that happened. “My sister in law liked my wedding dress a lot and she asked to wear it for her wedding,” the author, who said they were close ‘like sisters,’ recounted. So the author happily lent her the dress, but soon regretted her decision.

It turns out that after fighting with her parents who were paying for it all, the bride decided not to invite the author’s wife for ‘obvious reasons.’ “I said I won’t come unless my wife comes.” The tension between the two kept escalating and resulted in the bride uninviting her beloved SIL, and her SIL taking back the dress.

Now, with the bride furious at not getting the dress, the author wants to know if it was the right thing to do.

The bride got furious after the author asked for her dress that the bride had borrowed back

Image credits: Anthony Espinosa (not the actual photo)

It turns out, the bride decided to uninvite the author because she “didn’t want any drama” on her big day, but the situation is much more complex than that

Image credits: ____notworthit35

And this is what people commented about this whole situation

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Helena Houzarová
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1 year ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

SIL is in a pretty bad position. Her parents are footing the bill, BUT in exchange for that, they also control the wedding. Perhaps she and her fiance could drop the idea of a big wedding and make only a small celebration they can afford (but with close family THEY get to choose to attend)?

Marcellus II
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1 year ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Agreed. But what disqualifies her (& the brother!) is to sneakily send out single invitation after agreeing with her parents, and no heads-up visit or personal call beforehand.

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Ryan-James O'Driscoll
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1 year ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

The moment she dismissed OPs feelings about her parents homophobia as "drama" she lost any shot at the high ground.

Hans
Community Member
1 year ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Why do you plan a costly wedding if you have no money? Why do you feel that someone cannot bring their spouse if everyone else can? Why do you let anyone interfere with your wedding, even if they pay for it? And: what kind of people would interfere with a wedding even if they paid for it? And then all of this is based on the antics of homophobic pricks. While the SIL may have vile parents, she is not the victim here for she choses money over values.

Otter
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1 year ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

The bride is still free to get married at the courthouse, and have her sisters-in-law as the witnesses.

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Helena Houzarová
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1 year ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

SIL is in a pretty bad position. Her parents are footing the bill, BUT in exchange for that, they also control the wedding. Perhaps she and her fiance could drop the idea of a big wedding and make only a small celebration they can afford (but with close family THEY get to choose to attend)?

Marcellus II
Community Member
1 year ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Agreed. But what disqualifies her (& the brother!) is to sneakily send out single invitation after agreeing with her parents, and no heads-up visit or personal call beforehand.

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Ryan-James O'Driscoll
Community Member
1 year ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

The moment she dismissed OPs feelings about her parents homophobia as "drama" she lost any shot at the high ground.

Hans
Community Member
1 year ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Why do you plan a costly wedding if you have no money? Why do you feel that someone cannot bring their spouse if everyone else can? Why do you let anyone interfere with your wedding, even if they pay for it? And: what kind of people would interfere with a wedding even if they paid for it? And then all of this is based on the antics of homophobic pricks. While the SIL may have vile parents, she is not the victim here for she choses money over values.

Otter
Community Member
1 year ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

The bride is still free to get married at the courthouse, and have her sisters-in-law as the witnesses.

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