Navigating the courtship phase can be challenging for couples, as differences in opinion may lead to disagreements, particularly during wedding preparations. Is there a way to avoid these conflicts?
The Original Poster (OP) took it to the forum, and asked “Am I wrong for telling my fiance that he is acting crazy?”. We want to know from you.
OP and her fiance are about to get married soon, and OP wants her 9-year-old little sister to be her junior bridesmaid.
OP’S SISTER LOVES EVERYTHING PRINCESSY
OP’s little sister loves princesses and everything princessy. She even has an all-white princess dress that she has always wanted to wear on a special occasions.
WHAT HAPPENED NEXT?
When OP told her sister that she would be her bridesmaid, her sister got very excited and asked her if she could wear her princess dress.
WHAT DID OP SAY?
OP was very happy seeing her little sister’s eyes sparkling with joy, and she told her that she could wear her princess dress.
WHAT HAPPENED NEXT?
OP’s sister was filled with joy. She also got a pair of high heels for the wedding. She was also excited that she got her parent’s permission to wear makeup on the wedding day.
WHAT DID OP’S FIANCE SAY?
When OP told her fiance about this, he didn’t quite like the idea of OP’s sister wearing a white princess dress, and called it “inappropriate”.
WHAT WAS THE PROBLEM?
OP told her fiance that it is not a big deal and that she has no problem with her sister wearing a princess dress, because she doesn’t believe that her 9 year old sister would outshine her.
WAS HE WORRIED ABOUT HIMSELF?
OP even asked her fiance if he was worried that her sister would outshine him on the wedding day.
WHAT HAPPENED NEXT?
Then OP’s fiance asked her how she would feel if his sisters wore these kinds of dresses to their wedding.
OP said that his sisters were not as young as her sister and that it would be a little weird for them to do so, but she wouldn’t mind even if they did. OP’s fiance called her ridiculous and has been grumpy ever since.
Now OP wants to know if she is wrong here.
WHAT DO PEOPLE THINK?
“While he’s also obviously allowed to make decisions regarding the wedding, it’s just plain weird that he thinks a 9 year old and a 23 year old wearing white to a wedding is equivalent. Especially if he thinks that a 9 year old child will outshine him.”, said one user.
IT IS A RED FLAG
“To be fair, the groom throwing a tantrum over a 9 year old girl wearing white when the bride is fine with it is a pretty bad sign. If he acts like that over little pointless things how will he react to more important life decisions? ”
DON’T MARRY HIM
“Bride even agreed with the groom’s spiteful suggestion to dress up his sisters the same, she agreed to it, and he got mad at having his demand met.”, said another user.
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