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Ok so before I start please I don’t want any negative comments. I’m not going into detail as there’s too much too say but My childhood friend we both went to primary and secondary school she was a bridesmaid at my wedding. 8 months after my wedding my husband left me for another women, a year down the line me an my mate in question had a big falling out and now i find out she’s friends with my ex’s gf. Why even though we’re not talking do I feel betrayed.4 Answers23 hours ago
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Your husband is a bigger idiot than the spitefull witch.
HE NEEDS to be a man and set her straight or boycott this wedding and ALL events that exclude you.
I would not allow her to gaslight me even one mor e time. She knows she is upsetting you while getting perverse pleasure out of it.
Your husband is a wussy! Sorry!
You are a saint to put up with herBullshit for 20 years. And, your husband is betraying You, all the while.
Have him read this. He needs a WAKE - UP Call!
By the way. All of my siblings and our parents (all 7 of us) can't stand our brother's wife. But at least we don't treat her like yesterday's trash and she is always included in family events. And yes, she wears the pants in our brother's house.15 Answers6 days ago
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As a wedding guest, I find it embarrassing. In cases where it is obvious that one of the people involved is surprised and displeased by the other's action, it is enormously embarrassing.9 Answers5 days ago
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I'm getting married in October and have already chosen my bridesmaids. To my suprising my sister came to me and said she was upset I didn't pick her to be one. We are 9 years apart and I would rather have my friends and sisters in law by my side. I honestly didn't think my sister would make a fuss about it. Does she have the right to be upset and how do I help her understand it's my wedding and I get to choose the bridesmaids I wanted?23 Answers1 week ago
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My friend is one of my Bridemaids. She got married last year and I was also a Bridesmaid at her wedding. I created a bridesmaid chat and added my bridal party. Two days later she says: " Can you believe the maid of honor hasn't reached out about the bachelorette!?". I was a bit confused because I had just created the chat and the wedding it's still 5 months away. I said that it is still early and also I didn't mind planning it myself. A few days later, she asked me what hairstyle I want the Bridemaids to have. I said that I wasn't picking any hairstyle and that she could do whatever she wanted on her hair. She said: " the maid of honor suppose to help you decide that". I was confused because deciding on a hairstyle is not a task that requires someone's else help. I met with my maid of honor today and I was helping out with the bridal shower. I know that the etiquette is " maid of honor is responsible" but again she isn't a millionaire nor the bridesmaids. I want to help with anything I can. Maid of honor sent a message in the chat about it, and my friend messaged me privately: " What is your maid of honor thinking? Bridal showers suppose to be a surprise!" She is right but instead of messaging me, I think she should have messaged the maid of honor and bring it up to her not me. It sounded that she wanted the maid of honor to look dumb or something. Am I overthinking this? Why does it sound like she wants my maid of honor to look bad?19 Answers1 week ago
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My fiancé and I are getting married in 3 weeks. We will have 8 guests: both our parents & grandparents. My side of the family (plus my fiancé and I) will be traveling 4 hours to the venue the night before and my fiancé's side will be traveling 2 hours to the venue the morning of the ceremony. Our ceremony is at 1pm followed by a champagne toast with cake which we will enjoy on the deck of the venue (and photos). Unfortunately the venue's restaurant is closed that day (we're getting married mid-week) so I asked the venue's manager for recommendations in the area. She provided plenty and I've contacted all of them to reserve a table for 10 but every single restaurant has said their max seating capacity is up to 6 and they won't be able to accommodate us! I'm not sure what to do now so I need to get a little creative. Any ideas on how my fiancé and I can accommodate our guests? Everyone will be driving back home once everything is over (except for us-we're staying at the Inn for the remainder of the week). Is the champagne and cake after the ceremony enough or is it rude to not have actual food for them? The event will be from 1-2:30pm (including professional photos from our photographer). Thank you for your help!!17 Answers1 week ago
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Send her husband a sympathy card.8 Answers1 week ago
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It sounds unique. And if that is what they wanted to do they good for them.7 Answers1 week ago
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is it when you get down on one knee and propose to the woman if she will be your wife and marry you, and she says yes, and then you slip on that ring on her finger ?
or is it when you go through your traditional wedding ceremony at your place of worship and whoever it may be (the priest, bishop, mullah, pandit, rabbi etc ) pronounces you as 'man and wife' ?12 Answers2 weeks ago
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Hi everyone! We're currently in the process of deciding on our wedding venue and have narrowed it down to a top 3 (out of 15 total). The one my fiancé and I leaning towards has a somewhat long/narrow ballroom. It's plenty big to fit all of our guests (we're thinking around 100 guests total), but the dance floor would be placed in the center of the ballroom with banquet tables on either side.
Does anyone think it would be problematic to have guests separated across the dance floor? My mother is concerned it'll be difficult to mingle with guests on the other side of the ballroom without having to cross the dance floor, which may be hard to cross if there is a good amount of people dancing.
There will be room for a pathway to the other side of the ballroom next to the dance floor, about the width of a hallway - but is that enough space for guests to feel like they can easily mingle with guests on the other side? I can see how a large square ballroom with a dance floor in the front and banquet tables around it in a U-shape would likely be more ideal because it would be easier for guests to mingle.
Probably a silly concern, but I'm curious what everyone else thinks on this! I'm curious if others think this is big enough deal to possibly select a different venue over!9 Answers2 weeks ago
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Do women buy the man's wedding ring? I know the man obviously buys the engagement / wedding ring for his wife but how about the other way around?9 Answers2 weeks ago
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So I’ll attach a picture of what I’m trying to do with my reception tables. I’ve been having a hard time figuring out how/where to get the small pieces of vine for the tables. I was looking online at fake greenery but I don’t know if the fake vines would look nice. Any suggestions on where to get something like this?? Thanks7 Answers2 weeks ago
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If you had the choice: Would you choose a cruise around the world for a honeymoon or a giant diamond engagement ring?
None of these choices are necessarily better than the other, just all about personal taste! I dream of having both (of course I would want both!) but if you could only have one or the other, which would you pick?17 Answers2 weeks ago
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Yes, some antidepressants can lower the libido. But "lower" doesn't mean destroy it completely. Also, is she getting talk therapy for this depression, or did she just run into a pill doc who hands them out? Anti depressants can be very helpful, but they aren't a magic pill. In addition, it's far more common to gain weight on them than lose weight. I mention all this because something else may be going on.
Obviously, you need to talk to her. If she's been on them for months, you should be noticing a positive difference. If you aren't seeing that, my guess is there's something else happening she's not telling you, she's not on the right meds, and/or she does need that talk therapy. Either way, you need to let her know you're unhappy right now, and then see what the 2 of you come up with.9 Answers2 weeks ago
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My online lover which we met a lot before the dam covid
I told him I dream about being a Christian house wife. He e mailed back. Be careful what you dream of dreams come true, what does that mean?5 Answers2 weeks ago
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if I win the lotto, do you thin she would change her mind6 Answers2 weeks ago
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- bride being 'given away' from one man to another man
- any vows where the bride has to promise obedience (mostly outdated now)
- the bride taking the man's name as default
- the garter toss (ew)7 Answers2 weeks ago
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