A relative of mine is getting eloped tomorrow. I’m disappointed it’s not a family wedding. How do I distract myself tomorrow?
It feels weird because some family weddings were not welcome at because of my mom’s bad deeds. As a result well this is not a Wedding it feels like I’m missing something like if I was being excluded like I was four years ago for my cousins wedding.
The elopement is in Kentucky and I live right nearby in Ohio.
- gLv 74 weeks agoFavorite Answer
One doesn't "get eloped." One elopes, i.e. quietly goes away to get married. Sounds like that isn't the case here regardless (since you know it's happening), they're simply having a very private wedding. Some people choose that rather than the bother and expense of a huge wedding. They're still getting married. I'm not sure why this should upset anyone.
Eta: Um okay. I'm not sure what location has to do with anything. They're "eloping" i.e. limiting their guest list, choosing to not have a big event.
- Chi girlLv 73 weeks ago
There's no such thing as "getting eloped" and there's no "elopement."
To elope is to secretly run away to get married, so there will be a wedding.
- Dr. StephanieLv 73 weeks ago
The they are eloping, you are not being excluded, there is NO wedding to attend. If you feel cut out of family events because of your mother, perhaps you can make your own family contacts and hope that you will then be included whether she is, or not. Depends upon your age, so how old are you? Good luck,
- PatriciaLv 73 weeks ago
Stop posting this question. You probably don't get invited because you're annoying.
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- Beverly SLv 73 weeks ago
Elope is not a wedding. No one is excluded since it's not common to invite guests when you elope. Most people elope due to family problems actually...
- GBLv 53 weeks ago
Maybe they want to save money, and I think they are sensible. What do you mean by it's not a Wedding? If they decide to break up, do you think they can claim the marriage is nul and void because they eloped?
- KellyLv 73 weeks ago
By staying in your lane since this doesn't affect you. Staying in your lane = minding your own business.
- sunshine_melLv 74 weeks ago
They're eloping - so no-one's getting to go, and your mother's behaviour is irrelevant.