(Closed) Destination Drama

posted 6 years ago in Family
Post # 2
720 posts
Busy bee

I am getting married in vegas later this year and with that we have had family drama with people not wanting to travel or money etc. I’ve felt bad cried it all but when it comes down to it you have to have the wedding you want. I wish everyone could attend our wedding but I’ve come to grips with that won’t happen Because some people are to old or can’t afford it or dont want to. I’ve done everything to give my guests plenty of time to plan or say no And we are having a full wedding and are taking care of the guest when they are in town. I just know at the end of the day all that matters is getting married and the people that want to be there great if they can’t come no hard feelings. We are from opposite coasts so this was the best option for us and our friends and family. 

I think no matter what a wedding is some sort of drama. Lol

Post # 3
159 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: May 2015

And the purpose of eloping far away is to help cut off ormout the drama. You just have to let go of those who can’t make it for what ever reason. Period. Let it go. Say sorry you can’t make. We will have a dinner when we come back to town. Or maybe the place you are getting married will have an internet video streaming so grandma can watch. Other than that, elope if that is what you want to do. Your wedding day needs to be about you two and you need to be happy on that day. 

Post # 4
48 posts

I wouldnt exclude family that is willing to come! I would simply continue as planned and see if there is a way his Grandparents can make it… if they cant, maybe see if your chapel in vegas can live stream the ceremony. Most do.

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