Post # 46
Yeah, so you are allowed to veto someone who assaulted you from your wedding. I’m not sure I’d be inviting the spouse of someone who assaulted me either. Etiquette is generally happy to bend to safety concerns, which is why no one is upset about ER doctors saying “please” and “thank you” all the time.
Post # 47
Stick with your date. I get why you are not inviting him as he has been physical with you in the past and that is unacceptable behavior. She will eventually get over not being first. She can either wedding plan with you while she waits on her ring or sulk in a corner, her choice. I asked my sister not to get married the same year I was, but that was because I plan ALL of her events and will plan her wedding and I couldn’t do both her and mine. Once mine is over, I look forward to planning hers. If she was doing it herself, I wouldn’t care and would have suggested joint showers and bachelorettes!
Post # 48
Shes not engaged, and i think she is being quite rude. id be peeved if anyone regardless of family relation came up to me and demanded i change my wedding date, because their un engaged butt wanted to get married first. Its not a race….