- 6 years ago
- Wedding: April 2013
can i ask what the reasonings are for having to keep postponing it? and have you sent out any save-the-dates or anything with your date on it already?
@regularbumble: I’d talk to him more about it. He might just be frustrated and not care. It IS HIS side of the family, so maybe he really just doesn’t want to postpone again, and since it’s his side, he feels he can just say “no” and not feel too bad.
I’d at least find out why. I mean, if you’re going to change the date for them by 3 months, you’re well in your rights to ask the reason. Is it them that have pushed it back twice before?
I mean, what will be happening to your fsil that you’d need to push it back three months??
@regularbumble: It’s actually a cute movie. They kept postponing for other reasons but in the end (spoiler alert) they figure out that the IMPORTANT thing is they want to be together and just get married. She ends up scooping him up in a car and they have a spontaneous wedding on the spot. Great message.
Keep things in perspective and focus on what is important. And the most important people that NEED to be there are YOU and your GROOM. I wouldn’t change your date. If they can’t be there that’s on them, in my opinion. If it were my sister that couldn’t be there, I’d be bummed but I’d understand.
I wouldn’t move it. That’s excessive. They’ve asked you to move it twice and you have, three times is ridiculous. You’ve already sent out save-the-dates, so it’s basically a done deal and that should be quite understandable.
If it were my sister, I’d say no at that point also. I love my brother, but if he for some reason had asked me twice to move it because of his wedding, and then asked me then a third time because of his work, I’d turn him down.
It seems suspicious how they’ve asked you three times now to postpone it.
Thank you all for your advice. It a done deal, we’re not moving it!
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