Now, this really annoyed him because, first of all, his parents were not paying for his wedding. On top of that, after he said no, they actually tried going to his fiancée and trying to get her to agree to the food changes.
“I was furious when I found out that my parents confronted her about it after I said no, and I am considering not inviting them,” he admitted.
Finally, even if he did want to find a new caterer, they already put down a deposit that is non-refundable. Plus, their wedding is only three months away!
“And I don’t think my sister should get to dictate what kind of dinner we have at our wedding,” he vented.
Still, with his family giving him so much pushback over this, he’s not entirely sure if refusing to change his wedding dinner plans for his sister really was a jerky thing to do.
Do you think he should have to change his wedding plans for his sister? How would you feel if your parents approached your partner after you already said no? Is he in the wrong here or not?
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