He was not only giving his fiancée a ride there; he also was giving his fiancée’s sister and her sister’s soon-to-be husband a lift over to the venue.
From there, the plan was that he would bring all 3 of them to the dinner as well. As he was getting ready to leave, his fiancée said he could just drop her off at her sister’s house, and she would figure out a different way to get to the venue and dinner. That struck him as strange, but he just went along with it and drove his fiancée to her sister’s house.
As his fiancée was exiting the car, he said he would like to pop in and congratulate her sister and her sister’s soon-to-be husband. His fiancée paused and said she needed to send her sister a text first to ensure that would be alright.
“I was dressed in plainclothes and was hesitantly invited to come inside,” he said. “We walked up to the house.”
“Inside was a party of her siblings and their friends and significant others all dressed up. They all looked at me and didn’t say much. I saw another one of her sisters, and her new boyfriend was in a suit. Everyone was invited. The “no plus 1s” only applied to me.”
“I immediately left and, in a text, told my fiancée they were off the guest list for our wedding. My fiancée is upset at that because her sister is her close friend. She said maybe I did something to upset them, which is why I wasn’t invited, but I’ve been nothing but kind and caring to her entire family. I’ve spent hundreds of dollars and gone above and beyond for everyone. Now we are fighting over this.”
Do you agree that he should stand firm on excluding his fiancée’s sister from his wedding since he was excluded from her wedding?
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