(Closed) Guilt over budget of wedding and MOH

posted 6 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
901 posts
Busy bee

Since you’re saving so much money, why not offer to pay for her and her Fiance to attend yours? DW’s are quite a hardship on guests who are on budgets.

Post # 4
3720 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

Please don’t worry– it is life. FI’s groomsmen will have the resources for an amazing bachelor party in Vegas and I’ll be having something much smaller and affordable. I don’t have any negative feelings because it is life. I wouldn’t want him to feel guilty that my bachelorette will be smaller, because it isn’t anything I did or didn’t due. Your friend has no control over her parents’ resources and spending, just like you have no control over yours.

As your friend, I would want to hear all of the details and to share my ideas. Plus, I’d really, really care about tge dress!

Post # 6
3569 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: April 2013

I think first of all she should have the wedding she can afford. Just because her parents aren’t giving her money or just because she has a smaller budget doesn’t mean that she doom to have a bad experience planning her wedding or that she won’t have a nice wedding.

Second you actually don’t have to talk about how much you are spending. I been Moh twice and I never talk budget with either of my brides. The only time I brought up money was about my dress, or if I was there when she happen to pay for something.

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