Post # 1
My dear sister who I have not spoken to in two years crashed my wedding and got really drunk.
This is the same girl who called my dad crying that she was not going to the wedding because she was not invited. When my mom told me what she did I was like “YES Thank you baby Jesus!”.
The wedding was going great….. she and my other sister did not come to the ceremony! I was thinking I was in the clear until I saw her walk in to the reception. She acted like everything was fine with us until I left her talking to herself.
I know many readers are going to ask why I did not invite my sweet sis. Well to be honest she is very toxic and more trouble than what she is worth. She kicked me and my mom out of her house, she talks badly about my whole family and she is a BIG SNAKE. She will only do good things to look good in front of everyone else and the list goes on and on and on. I decided that I was not going to associate myself with her anymore when she kicked me and my mom out of her house two years ago. It was the best decision I have ever made in my life!
Back to my story…She shows up at the reception and hits the bar immediately after she left her bad kids unattended on the dance floor. She then demands to take a shot with me I say “No” and walk away. She then goes on to drink way too much she can handle and makes a ass out of herself.
Here are some highlights of that evening
Some background information about the Vivora del Mar before I get into the messed up crap she did during the wedding. In Mexico men and women are often divided, the groom and bride standing on chairs to form the arch under which everyone passes. (The groom often uses the veil or train of the bride’s dress). The rhythm of music is followed, which gets faster and faster, the participants struggling to keep the “snake” together, while running through tables, chairs and the couple.
When the topic of the Vivora del Mar came up she was telling all of my SIL family members that she was going to make me fall. And guess who “volunteered” to help me stand on my chair when it was time for the Vivora del Mar. Good thing that my SIL came and told me what that cow was planning. I had my Maid/Matron of Honor help me up but stupid sister would not let me go even after me and Maid/Matron of Honor were telling her to got sit down. The plan was to let the guys go first and the girls would got next. I went ahead and told the DJ we were not going to have the girls do the Vivora del Mar because of her.
She then attached her self to my oldest sister (we can call her Mary) when she was dancing with the date. She would not go of Mary and her date was trying with all of his might to get her off.
Oh yeah I almost forgot she fell off her chair twice and she was talking crap about me with some close family friends.
I thank God she did not ruin our day!
Okay I am done venting. Thank you for reading!
Post # 3
- Wedding: July 2012 - The Gables Inn, Santa Rosa, CA
And this is why there will be no open mic for toasts at my wedding… I have a family member like this, and I’m hoping to avoid any opportunity for embarassment.
Be sire to give your SIL a big hug for me for taking care of you!!! I’m sorry she came, but I’m glad to hear at least you didn’t let her monopolize on your day.
Post # 4
Oh and she gave us a $30 gift card to best buy that she put in a plain envelope. I am thinking about giving it a way.
Post # 5
@RVG1010: if she wasn’t invited, i would have had someone escort her out immediately and save all of that headache. guess she couldn’t been worse.
Post # 6
@RVG1010: Don’t give it away. If she’s as toxic and spiteful as you say, she’s probably used some of the money off the card already, then you’d look like an idiot when you re-gift.
Post # 7
@jumpthegun: You right! I should check the balance.
Post # 8
Some people… thank God it wasn’t worse! I was cringing through the whole post!
Post # 9
@jumpthegun: Thank you for pointing that out. i guess she just got a gift card and used it.
This is what I got from bestbuy.com
We did not recognize the following Gift Card or Pitch In Card number(s). Be sure to enter all the digits without spaces (e.g., 1234567890123450). null
Post # 10
@RVG1010: Never thought I’d say the following words ever, but I wish I had been wrong!
Post # 12
What that means is that she stole the card–it doesn’t have money on it until you pay for it.
One of my sisters is not invited for the very same reason–she is a total shithead and I cannot stand her. I could go into it but it would be a very very long post. I’ve been into it before on the bee–it’s a really long story. But anyway–I also would have had someone escort her out had she arrived at the wedding. I *will* have someone escort her out if she shows up. I’m sorry she was a pain but I’m glad that you handled it gracefully and still enjoyed your day.
Post # 13
Im sorry, this is pretty awful and I know how much it hurts. My brother did something similar at my first wedding and he is still apologizing for it.
Post # 14
@jumpthegun: either she used it…or it was one that was never activated (or paid for)
Post # 15
WOW, I’m sorry you had to endure her on your wedding day! Props to you for being mature and looking past it all to not let it ruin your day. Very graceful!
I’m normally one to “let others fight their own battles”, but reading this (and the gift card clencher) really got me. I’m glad I wasn’t one of your bridesmaids; truthfully I probably would’n’t have bitten my tongue and let her have a piece of my mind.
Post # 16
@RVG1010: I am so sorry! I have to have some pity for her because something deep down is really hurt/wrong/sad with her and she hasn’t gotten help for it.