An angry aunt rejected her niece’s wedding invitation because her partner for more than two years was not included in the RSVP. Photo/123rf
An angry aunt rejected her niece’s wedding invitation because her partner for more than two years was not included in the RSVP.
After entering social media, the bride-to-be received an RSVP from her aunt Edith, but did not reveal whether she would participate, but with annoying information.
The bride explained to readers that due to Covid-19 restrictions, she is holding a smaller wedding, which means Edith’s partner Dany did not attend the wedding.
But this did not stop Aunt Edith from releasing the nasty news.
It said in the RSVP message: “The most rude and hurtful.”
“The family should not separate the family!
It read in capital letters: “You shouldn’t give away at all! Aunt Edith and Uncle Danny.”
The bride also revealed that she had nothing to do with her aunt’s boyfriend “Uncle Danny”, claiming that he was “tolerated in the family” and only met a few times.
Since then, the post has been widely circulated, and many readers support the bride’s position and say that Aunt Edith is a “queen of excessive drama.”
One woman said: “It’s a shortcut to no longer being invited to a family gathering again. Yes, Aunt Edith.”
Another wrote: “The trash drew it out of itself.”
Others said that Edith’s reaction was too rude, regardless of whether it was right or wrong to invite her boyfriend Danny.
“It is possible to think that the couple was rude because they did not invite their long-term partner, and that the aunt’s reaction was rude.”
The second point added: “Nevertheless, I think Covid will be very different. Without Covid, you should invite partners. With Covid, the guest list is very limited.”
A former bride expressed sympathy, saying that she had experienced the same thing.
“A few years ago, my aunt did almost the same thing at the wedding. Our venue can accommodate up to 120 people, so I didn’t add a week of boyfriend flavor to my aunt.”
A cheeky commenter suggested that the bride should respond.
“Maybe the bride and groom should send an apology card for inviting her.’Sorry, we don’t really want you at the wedding, but the family insists that we give you the right to refuse because they know you want to do it. “