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From: Tooman
Response: Hello Stephanie, You dont mention how old your sister is, but she must be fairly young if she would be a junior bridesmaid. It is your decision whether you want her to be part of the wedding party. If you decide to include her, then you might want to have a talk with her, sister to sister, and explain how her rudeness affects others and let her know that it will not be tolerated. It is possible that she has learned her behavior from her mother and she doesnt realize how it affects your mother or you or others who see her actions. Even if you decide not to include her in the wedding party, you might want to have a frank talk with her. She needs to understand that her behavior is unacceptable.

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