From: Wedding Palace Visitor
Question: My fiance and I are planning a small wedding, which in our minds includes brothers, sisters, parents, aunts, uncles, grandparents and a few close friends. The other day my future mother-in-law stated that the two nephews (who are 10 and 12)will be attending. I bluntly put my foot down about there will be no children and that was that. She got quite upset with me though my fiance stood by me on the decision. I found out today that my mother in law to be passed the word along to my fiance's youngest brother who in turn said he and his family will not be attending. Who is actually got their thinking cap on wrong? According to Emily Post's etiquette says it is a mistake to presume and bring children along to a wedding. My brain is doing circles and I fear this is the first of many circumstances that my fiance's mother will stick her nose in where it doesn't belong, especially considering she isn't paying a dime towards the affair, and with her love of sticking her nose where it doesn't belong having more than just one family member feeling jilted. I need help!!
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Hi Susan, There are a couple of things to con...
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You mentioned Emily Post. I think you will fi...
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