(Closed) Family Issue – Aunt advice. Warning This is very, VERY Long.

posted 7 years ago in Family
Post # 3
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281 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

My mom’s sister is not invited to my wedding because of some major family drama (after my grandma died, my grandma’s landlord/boyfriend stabbed my mom. My aunt took his side!).

IMO, sometimes it’s best to cut people out of your life whether it’s family or friends that are so negative that they are causing a legitimate health issue (anxiety, depression etc.)

I’m not sure what your particular question is, but I’m sorry you’re going through all this.

Post # 4
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341 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: March 2012

I just wouldnt invite her, period. Especially since the Bride doesnt like her. It doest seem like she would be missed at the event,

Post # 6
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

Well I don’t think you have to save the bride and groom from your sister because they made the decision to invite her. They know the risks involved with that. Most people will ignore your sister but if she makes a scene it would be good to have a security back up plan– however if the groom/bride don’t want this then its also up to them. I guess my big advice is to talk to your son about your concerns about his Aunt and offer to talk to her on his behalf and ask if he has a security plan just in case. Let him make the decision on how to go forward with this because ultimately you are dealing with his relationship with his Aunt and his wedding.

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