Child-free weddings have been a rather popular trend in recent years, and we won’t judge there. Some people choose to have child-free wedding to lower the potential of conflicts and accidents.
Many parents, however, feel that it’s rode to exclude children from an important family celebration such as a wedding, especially if the children are closely related to the people getting married.
If a couple decides that they want to have a child-free wedding and specifically ask the guests not to take their children to the wedding, we believe guests should respect that.
Some parents, however, still feel that their children should be at the wedding, and decide to bring them to the ceremony regardless.
One enraged bride recently decided to take it to Reddit and ask if she’s in the wrong for not forgiving her sister-in-law and brother-in-law for bringing their children to her wedding?
Check out the post for yourself below and decide if she’s in the wrong or not.
Most of Reddit thought that the bride was absolutely not in the wrong here, and the only a-holes in the situation are her brother-in-law and sister-in-law.