A guilt-ridden newlywed posed a question that has since gained lots of attention.
The anonymous bride asked if she was in the wrong for kicking out wedding guests for bringing their baby and toddler to an adults-only wedding.
According, to the woman who wrote “Am I the A**hole?!?” on Reddit, a couple ignored clear instructions to not bring their children to her big event and they weren’t immune from consequences for their actions.
However, the woman says her relatives and the long-time family friends who got ejected from her reception are still angry with her, even though she stated specifically in her invitations that “there were to be no children at this wedding.”
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The woman said she let it go during the ceremony despite hearing a fussy baby during her vows, but after the ceremony, things got a bit heated when the bride sent her event planner to ask the couple to arrange for someone to pick up the kids.
Eventually, the bride had to step in to diffuse the situation but she “snapped.” The user explained:
I could tell they were arguing with my event planner though so I went over to help him. I think they thought I came to rescue them because they started going on about how rude my event planner was. I explained that I had actually sent him over to discuss the children.
I reiterated that the event was child-free and said that I had stated so clearly on my invitations.
She concluded her post by saying she made the couple leave but felt bad about it afterward:
The wife gave a sort of apology and then assured me that they were capable of minding their own children to make sure they didn’t get in the way of anything. I said that wasn’t really the point.
I really hate that my wedding day had to be somewhat marred by this incident. According to my mother, everyone was talking about it and I guess enjoying a little dramatic entertainment.
Many of the people who responded to the Reddit post seem to support the bride’s decision. One commenter wrote:
You were clear and they ignored that. Then they had the gall to make a scene at YOUR wedding. Good riddance …
What do you think? Did she go too far?
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