(Closed) Fiance's Family Problems…

posted 4 years ago in Emotional
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Bumble bee

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futuremrs1617 :  If your Fiance wants him at the wedding you’re going to have to handle that.

As for immaturity you can’t change them. They’re going to be that way.

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Bumble bee

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futuremrs1617 :  I’m judging by the lack of response nobody has experience what you wrote, or just was unable to understand you’re post, as I had a hard time understanding myself. I’m just giving my advice, if your Fiance doesn’t want them there then it shouldn’t be an issue. They aren’t invited, period. As for people being immature it happens everyone had something that happened at their wedding, someone got too drunk, bridesmaid was hitting on the groom. For me my best man at my wedding was a total prick. But he was still there, and he left at 10 pm and we handled his crappy attitude. It didn’t really affect our day. It’s up to you both. If you don’t want them there don’t invite them.

 

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Newbee

OMG I know! it’s ridiculous! My fiance’s mother has an old family friend, almost a 2nd mother to my fiance and future sister in-law. They love her very much but my future Mother-In-Law had a falling out with her and now they don’t talk. My Mother-In-Law went over the guest list recently and saw the family friend’s name, and called me out on it. I was pretty matter-of-fact. “FI loves her so I invited her.”

She proceeded to tell me the whole story, well her side, and then told me she didn’t want her there. I said that since she was an important person in my life and my FI’s life, I’d talk to Fiance about it, but then I said “however, he’s the one getting married, not you, so if he wants her there, she stays on the list.”

She threatened to not show up. I said she’ll be the one regretting that, not me. That seemed to change her tune a little, that she’d deal with it for her son’s sake even if she wasn’t happy about it.

Maybe that is the best course of action. “If you leave because some guy you don’t like shows up, my Fiance and I won’t be the ones regretting anything. That’s all you. Take it as you will.”

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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: September 2016 - The White Barn

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futuremrs1617 :  For yours and your fiances sake, his grandpaw should just deal with it. You and your fiance will already have enough on your plate on your big day, you don’t need this family drama. If there’s an issue during your wedding then you AND your fiance can ask him to leave but of course this is something you both will need to talk about before your wedding day. It’s called respect, it’s unforunate that family members feel the need to create drama on a day that will already have lots of stress. I would laugh at anyone giving me demands for my wedding.

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Busy bee

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futuremrs1617 :  since he stole his goats

I believe we need additional information on the above before passing any sort of judgement.  What kind of goats and how many?

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