(Closed) December 15th can not come fast enough.

posted 5 years ago in December 2012
  • poll: Should I..?
    Get over it.. and just pay it. : (6 votes)
    86 %
    No! You are right. I would say something. : (1 votes)
    14 %
  • Post # 3
    2651 posts
    Sugar bee
    • Wedding: July 2013

    I voted to get over it and just pay it because I think it’ll cause a bigger headache for you to say something. I personally think it’s kind of piss offing that they would back out after saying over and over again that they would pay it, but that’s how it goes. That being said, it is gifted money, and I am part of the camp that says be gracious and thankful for what you receive because they didn’t have to give up any of their own money for your wedding. 

    So in short – you have every right to be frustrated, but I think the best, most gracious, least headache-making conclusion is to pay the rest yourself and just move on.

    Post # 4
    35 posts
    • Wedding: December 2012

    I saw get over it, because we have way too much left to stress about. My parents are paying for a portion of the wedding, and my father called me yesterday to confess that he won’t be able to get all the money he promised before the wedding, but he should be able to get it to us after Christmas. Maybe the same will happen to you? If you have the money, pay for it, and then when you cash your gifts, put that money back in savings. 


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