Home Australia The bride reveals that the NIGHTMARE wedding guest was left furious after he wasn’t invited to stay in the HONEYMOON SUITE, even though he wasn’t even invited to the ceremony.

The bride reveals that the NIGHTMARE wedding guest was left furious after he wasn’t invited to stay in the HONEYMOON SUITE, even though he wasn’t even invited to the ceremony.

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A bride-to-be has revealed how a wedding guest from hell was left furious after he was not allowed to stay in the couple's honeymoon suite on their first night as newlyweds.

A bride-to-be has revealed how a wedding guest from hell was left furious after he was not allowed to stay in the couple’s honeymoon suite on their first night as newlyweds.

The anonymous woman took to Reddit.‘sr/weddingshaming forum to vent after learning that her fiancé’s great-aunt had found it “rude” for her not to be offered a bed in the same cabin as the lovebirds.

She began by explaining that she and her fiancé “will have a very casual wedding at their family’s hunting property in northern Michigan.”

The bride-to-be said the ceremony would be “small,” with only 12 members of the “immediate family,” followed by a reception of 100 people, all on the hunting property.

A bride-to-be has revealed how a wedding guest from hell was left furious after he was not allowed to stay in the couple's honeymoon suite on their first night as newlyweds.

A bride-to-be has revealed how a wedding guest from hell was left furious after he was not allowed to stay in the couple’s honeymoon suite on their first night as newlyweds.

The anonymous woman took to Reddit’s r/weddingshaming forum to vent after learning that her fiancé’s great-aunt had found it “rude” that she wasn’t offered a bed in the same cabin as the lovebirds (file image)

In the post, the bride-to-be explained that her fiancé has a great-aunt who he hasn’t seen in eight years and that she “had never met in the five years we’ve been together.”

She was invited to the reception, but not to the ceremony, “like the vast majority of the family,” the woman emphasized.

‘When he sent in his RSVP, he wrote on the card: “No ceremony, no attendance, we are family!!” And she rejected this invitation,’ the woman described.

‘My fiancé and I were shocked! For the entire year leading up to the wedding we’ve been telling the entire family that the ceremony will be small, short and sweet, so it shouldn’t have been a surprise to her at all.

“If it had really bothered him that much, he could have declined the invitation, no rude note needed.”

A few weeks later, the couple was having dinner with the groom-to-be’s parents and mentioned the great-aunt’s rude note when she declined the invitation.

The parents then intervened to say that she had complained that she “wanted to stay in the little cabin on the hunting property.”

‘Apparently this woman who I have never met and who my fiancé hasn’t seen in eight years, wanted to stay at the little cabin on the hunting property.

Many took to the comments to share similar stories and commiserate with the woman who made the original post.

Many took to the comments to share similar stories and commiserate with the woman who made the original post.

Many took to the comments to share similar stories and commiserate with the woman who made the original post.

‘The same cabin my fiancé and I will stay in after the wedding!!

“She knew we were staying at the cabin and was offended that we didn’t invite her to stay with us and that it was ‘rude to expect important guests to have to stay in a hotel when the place has accommodations,'” The bride-to-be was furious. by the right of the great aunt.

In an update, the woman admitted that the initial title of the post – “The audacity of older people never ceases to amaze me” – had been a “little rude”.

‘Not all older people are terrible!!’ she clarified.

“I said that originally based on comments from my future in-laws about her always pulling out the age card in the past trying to get special treatment.”

Hundreds of other Reddit users took to the comments to commiserate with the original poster.

‘We had a wedding with 100 people, I decided not to invite my adult cousin (as we had a fight and hadn’t spoken in six years, she was 37). When she found out that she had thrown such a tantrum, her parents said they wouldn’t be there if they didn’t invite her. I said, “Okay! I’ll take them off the list.”

‘I invited four wonderful friends who we didn’t have room for and we moved on. Good thing I found out a week later that she JUST GOT MARRIED A MONTH EARLIER and she didn’t invite me! Hahaha, I love it when the trash takes itself out,” one wrote.

‘Haha, that’s amazing!!! Something similar happened at my cousin’s wedding,” a second chimed in.

‘They got married at my parents’ house. We have an aunt who is not close to the family and who was not invited to the dinner/ceremony, only to the reception (just like you, that part was small, just immediate family, then the reception was for everyone) and somehow she just assumed that she and her kids had a room with my parents to sleep in…she and my mom haven’t spoken in years after she stole a bunch of her jewelry!

“He ended up booking a hotel, but then he got too drunk and slept in his car in a horse paddock lol,” the anecdote concludes.

A third chimed in with another hilariously infuriating story.

‘We rented a small hostel for our wedding and booked a wheelchair accessible room for my husband’s grandmother.

‘It was a little bigger than the others to accommodate his wheelchair and had a patio. My husband’s aunt (grandma’s daughter) made passive-aggressive comments to us all weekend about how we didn’t give her the big room with the patio.

‘Maybe because you’re not in a damn wheelchair, Aunt Kathy!’

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