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Bridezilla Calls Sister A ‘Raging B****’ When She Can’t Afford To Come To Her Wedding

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    Font - r/AmltheAsshole u/Laeigh • 11h AITA for calling my sister a bridezilla and saying her wedding is not worth going broke over?

    It was Reddit user u/Laeigh who took to the 'Am I The A-Hole' community to ask if she was in the wrong for telling her wedding is not worth going broke over. Seems like there are a lot of emotions here. Family drama can be the worst.

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    Font - My older sister is getting married in the spring. She got engaged five years ago, had been set to go ahead with a pretty small wedding four years ago and then changed her mind. We had outfits bought for it, invites had been sent, the whole nine yards. Then she decided she wanted bigger and better. She asked me to be her only bridesmaid beforehand, before the cancellation, and after she had decided to go bigger, more expensive and with more time required of me I told her I was no longer ab

    Before diving into the incident, the OP describes how big of a deal this wedding is to her sister. It seems she has put a lot of thought into it but cares a bit too much about the flashy details. Perhaps that's what happens after being engaged for five years.

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    Font - Anyway, the wedding was planned for this summer but then Covid hit and their venue had issues with dates so they took a date for March 2022. Things have gotten so out of hand with this wedding. My sister gave us a dress code back in May, women need to wear pink or blue dresses (all women in the family of her and her husband to-be) all men need to be in a white tux, girls need to wear pink, boys need to wear white (including shoes). Then she told us we would need to bring spare shoes. I as
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    Organism - She then wanted my boys in the wedding. But that meant buying 400 dollar sets for each of them, and they're 5 and 1!!! So we declined that. And I did say the reason was we could not afford it. She was told both times. She did not want to offer help with it. Then she hit us with the real kicker.
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    Font - She's getting married in this castle style hotel. Very fancy, very expensive, and quite a drive from everyone's home. But she is not booking them for a wedding suite or a wedding package for room rates. Oh no. She has requested both sides of the family pay for the even more luxurious hotel on the beach that cost 600 a night, per person. And to get a suite fit for a family, because they don't provide suitable furniture for kids to sleep on (I checked the website and called) it's an extra 2
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    Font - She wants us to stay there because she booked a photographer to take photos at 8am the morning after the wedding on the beach the hotel is on. So we would also need to be up early for photos the next day. My husband and I cannot afford it! It's a huge expense. My sister said we were being unreasonable. I said she was being a bridezilla. She told me it's her wedding, a once in a lifetime event, and I should do this for her. I told her I couldn't. She told me I should as her sister. As some
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    Font - She called me a raging bitch and told me I just didn't want her to get married and wanted to shit over everything. That's why I dropped out of her wedding, why I said no to the boys being in her wedding, and why l'm doing this now. She said I was rude to her (calling her a bridezilla) and had shit all over our relationship saying her wedding wasn't worth spending money on. AITA? 1 4.2k 3 391 T, Share +B
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    Font - NewRedSpyder · 11h Partassipant [3] 1 Award NTA- What's her problem? You literally CANT afford it yet she's still having an attitude. Her childish behavior just proves that she's not worth going broke over. Who would force their guests to pay THAT much. It's ridiculous. It's HER wedding, not yours, so you're not obligated to pay that much. G Reply 4 4.6k 3 ...
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    Font - avast2006 • 11h Pooperintendant [64] NTA - "It's MY once in a lifetime wedding, and therefore I have the right to bankrupt YOU in order to get my fantasy down to the last detail." Yeah, no. "I can't afford that" is always a valid reason to decline. G Reply 4 957 3 ...
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    Font - SurrealLemon • 11h NTA frankly I dont know anyone willing to do all that for someone elses wedding. Shes gonna feel silly when her and her husband and the photographer are the only people there hahaha 6 Reply 4 502 3 ...
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    Font - B4dG04t • 11h Partassipant [1] NTA. Trying to live beyond your means is one thing- demanding that others do it is another. She needs to get over herself before the wedding is canceled all together. There's no way you're the only one who feels this way. G Reply 4 299 3 ...
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    Font - Trin_42 · 11h Partassipant [1] NTA, she wants a wedding not a marriage, doubt it will last long if this is how she's acting G Reply 1 163 3 ...
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    Font - CaulkusAurelis · 11h DEFINITELY NTA. Your shit show of a sister expects everyone's lives (and time and finances) to twirl around whatever new idea pops into her head???? You have a family of your own, and you are correct to set boundaries around it. Maybe apologize for calling her a Bridezilla. But your decisions are not wrong at all 6 Reply 1 71 3 ...

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