Family friend blocked me on all social media after seating him with ex

posted 2 years ago in Guests
Post # 2
5907 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: January 2017

No, you were not in the wrong. I’d just wait it out until you see him and take it from there. it’s been a year since this happened, if he’s that immature and ignores you/treats you badly when you see him then just do your best to ignore him. It wasn’t and isn’t your responsibility to keep track of people’s short lived relationships. 


Post # 3
513 posts
Busy bee

It’s a seating chart, my goodness. It’s not the bride’s job to know everyone’s business so that everyone can be seated accordingly without having to be around people they don’t like. Everyone in this situation needs to grow up. 

Post # 4
1470 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2019

I don’t think you are in the wrong. It was your wedding day and you can sit people where you want to. It’s not as if you made this seating plan after they broke up. He seems immature – hopefully he has calmed down by the time you guys meet.

Post # 5
667 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 2018 - City, State

He should be over it now. It would have sucked but surely we’ve all been in an uncomfortable situation with an ex before no reason to block a friend over it. We can’t have everything the way we want it all the time. 

How long did they need to be seated anyway? To eat and hear toast then everyone moves anyway 

Post # 6
3317 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: January 2021

Men truly are the more rational, less emotional gender….. lol /s

He needs to put his big boy panties on and get over himself. You had no way of knowing they were gonna break up right before your wedding and thought you were doing them all a favour by seating them together. What a ridiculous thing to be upset about. Even more ridiculous to just block you and ignore you for like a year instead of simply saying “hey, I didn’t appreciate that..” and moving on. 

You did nothing wrong. Let your guilt go.

Post # 7
5397 posts
Bee Keeper

Well he’s being a fucking child. He and his parents should be get over it. Not your fault they broke up right before. Would it have been nice to move him? Sure. But wouldn’t it have been more awkward to have a black sharpie lining out his name and adding it to another table. I bet he’d be mad about that too. 

When you see him tell him to build a bridge. 

Post # 8
1681 posts
Bumble bee

Two sisters who apparently dont speak were sat together at my shower. They were pissed at my Mother-In-Law (the one sister’s friend) for arranging it as such but not too many ppl knew about the feud. It’s impossible to know the status of everyone’s relationships at any given time. He needs to let it go. 

Post # 9
922 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2019 - City, State

How the hell are you suppose to know every detail about everybody’s life. This is why I am not having a seating chart. To much drama. They need to get over and grow up, it’s not high school.

Post # 10
1859 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2019

Good Lord. I would have broken up with Josh too.

Post # 11
2707 posts
Sugar bee

My god, it’s not your responsibilty to juggle the seating arrangement around just DAYS before the wedding.

And seriously, how bad could the break up be if they’d only been dating 4 months? They all need to grow up, it’s not middle school.

Post # 12
360 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2021 - British Columbia, Canada

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megm1099 :  LOL exactly what I was thinking! 😂

OP, you’re not in the wrong at all. Like other PP’s said, drama from short-lived relationships mere days before your wedding is not your problem. 

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