(Closed) Parentless wedding

posted 6 years ago in LGBTQ
Post # 3
Member
383 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

@MrsMillieMoo:  For a while it was looking like our parents were going to be a no show too.  Thankfully my mom is finally starting to come around.  It took several months before she asked me anything about the wedding.  My mom doesn’t think we should get married, she thinks it’s ok that J and I are together but that she doesn’t understand why we want other people to know.  In other words gay is ok as long as you stay in the closet. I think she is only attending out of fear of losing me.

I highly doubt that FIs parents will attend.  I’ve met them before and they are friendly to me, but they think that being gay is a one way ticket to hell.  She told them when we got engaged back in April and they pretty much ignored it and haven’t said anything since. I think she will still talk to her parents, but by not showing up it’s going to ruin her relationship with her parents.  I also really worry that she is going to spend much of the day crying about the fact that her parents aren’t there.  Thankfully her sister (after having to think about it for a couple of months) has agreed to come to the wedding.

Post # 4
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20 posts
Newbee
  • Wedding: September 2012

my fiances family are also Jehova they consider me their daughter thats how they refer to us as their “daughters” but also will not be attending the wedding. her cousins and sister will but thats about all her family. and jus my mom and sister. the rest of my family says the same thing they love her shes a great person with a good heart but dont see us a “couple” and its not ok in Gods eyes.

Just continue to pray and everything will work out how its suppose to. You really find out what your friends are for at times like these.

Hope all planning is going good!

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