D I L E M M A R E C A P # 7 .
Question of the day: "How did everone pick their date and has anyone had a successful weekday wedding?" #mwquestion
Dilemma of the day: "My fiancés sister and I had a falling out over a very personal and private matter between my fiancé and I, which he and I are both 100% on the same page about. It's come to the point that she constantly sends him emails and texts to leave me and that she will never like me again. He is heartbroken over having to tell her she can't come to the wedding if she isn't genuinely happy for him. He is happy with our relationship and has always been. What we went through made us stronger and we love each other even more now. How do we handle this? Do we tell her she's not invited to the wedding unless she's truly happy? Or do we just not invite her because we both feel she will somehow try to sabotage our special day? Do we invite her and grit our teeth the whole day? Everyone else in his family loves and supports us, because as long as we are happy that's all that matters to them. Help!!" #mwdilemma
Question of the day: "My fiancé and I would like to thank a family friend for all of her help in the lead up to our wedding. She has been instrumental in planning and will be coordinating the day. If it helps to know, she's in her 50s. We can't really afford to spend more than $150 on her - how can we thank her appropriately?" #mwquestion
Dilemma of the Day: " My partner and I are eloping and want to arrange something (fairly cheap!) to tell both families when we get back. We don't particularly want a party, hence the reason for eloping, but we need an idea and a good excuse to get people together without them expecting anything! Any ideas welcome" #mwdilemma
Dilemma of the Day: "We have planned to book in our reception venue at a beautiful vineyard estate. Beforehand we are wanting to have a church wedding and our favourite church with sentimental value is about an hours drive from the reception. We have one other option for a church which is about half an hour from the reception venue. Is it appropriate to ask people to drive an hour from the ceremony to reception or is it too far? Also, do I encourage interstate guests to stay close to the reception or ceremony or somewhere in between the two? #mwdilemma
Question of the day: How far would you drive for a friend's wedding? I'm getting married and my favourite venue is 2hr 13min away. #mwquestion
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