Post # 17
@jules0580: We do plan to have a bigger wedding when we’re able to. I often wondered if people would actually care about it then though since we would already be married? I guess they would because they wouldn’t be included in the first one though.
@Luckygal5571: Aw, thank you. That’s sweet. I’m okay with what we have decided. I just hate that so many broken promises in less than a year. I KNEW this was going to happen and told Fiance that before all this shit went down, but he’s the one who reassured me that they would do anything it took.
It’s sad that they offer to help pay because the first words out of their mouth were “your family has no money.” Thanks.
Post # 18
@Rouquine: I’m SO sorry to hear all this and I wish you didn’t have to go through this right now. I know your backstory and I know how angry, sad, frustrated, angry and let down you must feel.
You said that you never had anything big to celebrate your milestones, and I know that deep down you really want the big wedding that your heart was set on. With that being said, is there any way you could postpone the date? Many venues will hold your deposit and let you change the date….this happened to a coworker of mine a while back. I would maybe check with the venue and all your other venders. Times are hard and I am sure they would try to accommodate you as best they can.
OR you could do the whole destination wedding or cruise ship wedding with your Fiance if the only thing that matters is you and him being married. I just have a feeling that you may regret that because I can tell that you really want this wedding.
Hang in there sweetie!