If you’ve ever participated in wedding planning, be it your own wedding or the wedding of someone close to you, you’re aware of how easily things can get out of control and how it can bring out the worst in people for some seemingly unimportant questions.
To add to that, the stress of planning a wedding can make some people lose their sense of reason, and believe me, there’s A LOT of stress involved. At the end of the day, though, a wedding should really be about the wishes of the two people getting married, and there are no written rules that say you’re allowed to do or not do something.
One groom-to-be decided to take it to Reddit and consult the objective Reddit’s moral compass about a disagreement he had with his fiance about his choice for “best man”. As it turns out, the guy told his fiance that they should call the wedding off because she doesn’t approve of his female best man, and he now asks if it was an a-hole move to do.
This is a tough one, and we invite you to check out the full story before you make a judgment.
After many people wanted clarification on some things, the Original Poster posted an update in which he noted some very important facts in the story:
Although it’s a delicate situation, most people seemed to agree that he was not in the wrong here, and that he should try and talk to his fiance about this and find where the real issue lies. What do you think? How would you react if your fiance wanted his female best friend to be his “best man” at your wedding?