is it wrong to not want a drama starter at my wedding?

posted 3 years ago in Grooms/men
Post # 3
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: April 2013

How small is your wedding?  

In general I’m in favor of allowing people to choose their own guests, esp someone as important as a GM.

Assuming your wedding is going to be like 100+ people I think it’s entirely possibly you wont notice her.  I also don’t think it’s out of line to put your GM on notice to make sure she stays under control, given the relapsed addict status.

Post # 4
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

Well…hmm…if she must go…try not to pay too much attention to her. Is she friends with any of your friends? Maybe she’ll be able to enjoy herself. If she gets shitfaced, someone should cut her off. My venue says they will refuse alcohol to anyone who looks too intoxicated. If you don’t have that kind of situation, I’m sure you could alert your close friends and family to get her under control or get her out of there. I think more drama would occur tho if you either don’t invite her or purposely treat her like crap. So, just keep your cool and ignore, and enjoy your wonderful day.

Post # 7
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395 posts
Helper bee

@wisher558:  50 is pretty small. It’s hard to not notice someone in 50 people if she’s goes kooky

Post # 9
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

@wisher558:  I guess it just annoys me more then it should because there’s friends I couldn’t invite because of budget and I had to make room for her.


I feel you sista I’m in the same boat! Cannot stand a relative or two and we don’t have a choice but to invite them…therefore, people that we actually love and who really want to come can’t come because the relatives have to be there.

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