• My best friend who is dying from cancer wants to get married to her Boyfriend before she dies, is that unreasonable?

    My best friend who got diagnosed with brain cancer wants her boyfriend to marry her before she dies as it’s her dream to get married in her life. They have been a couple for 9 years since they are 14yo. Her boyfriend agreed without any hesitation as he loves her a lot. They even bought a pair of wedding bands.... show more
    My best friend who got diagnosed with brain cancer wants her boyfriend to marry her before she dies as it’s her dream to get married in her life. They have been a couple for 9 years since they are 14yo. Her boyfriend agreed without any hesitation as he loves her a lot. They even bought a pair of wedding bands. Honestly, it’s kinda weird, to say the least. Is there anything I should do? Thanks.
    23 answers · 2 days ago
  • Are these bridesmaids expectations realistic?

    I am having a destination wedding in September, now that we have booked our venue I want to send out my bridal party proposal. I know having an expectation and other dates card isn't recommended but it was actually in one of my friends bridesmaids proposal boxes and I thought it was a great idea to set your... show more
    I am having a destination wedding in September, now that we have booked our venue I want to send out my bridal party proposal. I know having an expectation and other dates card isn't recommended but it was actually in one of my friends bridesmaids proposal boxes and I thought it was a great idea to set your expectations as a bride from square one so they know what they are getting themselves into. Maid of Honor/Bridesmaids -Host (Maid of Honor), help plan, help decorate and chip in whatever you can to the bridal party and joined Bachelor/Bachelorette party (Camping trip in Yosemite! great half way point for everyone) -Buying your dress. Your dress needs to semi match the color sample on this card. It can be long or short and be bought anywhere that best fits your budget. I'm not too picky, but please send me a picture of it before you purchase it so I can approve it. -My mom has requested to be the only one there when I pick out my dress and knowing how that is so important to her I'd like to respect that. You guys got out of that one! haha -Attend day of wedding prepping such as nails and hair and whatever else we decide haha. -Stand by me on the wedding day! -(Maid of honor) Making sure extra wedding stuff is set up day of wedding such as the resort has the Polaroid guest book set up. -If you cannot attend a certain event that's okay! I totally understand, just let me know ahead of time please :)
    15 answers · 20 hours ago
  • Bride says thank you for coming to the wedding, but I did not attend. Should I ignore or say something?

    My nephew, who I'm not very close to and who lives in southern California, just got married several months ago. I was not able to attend the out-of-town wedding. A month after the wedding, I sent the couple a wedding card and enclosed a check with a sizable amount. I also stated on the card that I was sorry for... show more
    My nephew, who I'm not very close to and who lives in southern California, just got married several months ago. I was not able to attend the out-of-town wedding. A month after the wedding, I sent the couple a wedding card and enclosed a check with a sizable amount. I also stated on the card that I was sorry for not being able to come to the wedding.and sending a check to help start their future. A few weeks later, I got a thank you card written by the bride stating, "Thank you for coming to our wedding and for the gift." Obviously, I did not attend the wedding hence the mailed check. I feel they did not read the sentiment on the card and just saw the fat check. They've recently moved 2 hours away and have invited for a housewarming party. Should I just let this slide or say something at the upcoming get-together?
    23 answers · 2 days ago
  • How do i find a husband?

    alright i know this sounds weird kinda but i'm a 18 year old girl who dropped out of high school a couple years ago to hang out with friends (stupid i know) but now i realize that's the wrong choice and i want to change my life around because i think i might become like a drug addict (only smoked weed so... show more
    alright i know this sounds weird kinda but i'm a 18 year old girl who dropped out of high school a couple years ago to hang out with friends (stupid i know) but now i realize that's the wrong choice and i want to change my life around because i think i might become like a drug addict (only smoked weed so far but my friends done more) or sex worker. i got a job at walmart but i quit because i got bullied by my manager, she always made me lift heavy things even though i am 4'11 and about 80 pounds, and when people tried to help she told them i had to learn what is feels like... please help i don't wanna be a sex worker or drug addict
    17 answers · 2 days ago
  • Commitment Ceremony?

    My boyfriend is married but separated , they are not yet annulled due to financial insufficiency, Our relationship is getting serious , we are together for 3 years now. Both families are fine with our relationship . we love each other so much , and ready to share life together forever. Can we do commitment... show more
    My boyfriend is married but separated , they are not yet annulled due to financial insufficiency, Our relationship is getting serious , we are together for 3 years now. Both families are fine with our relationship . we love each other so much , and ready to share life together forever. Can we do commitment ceremony instead? Im not yet married but i want to experience getting married. where and who can do commitment ceremony ? is this available in the Philippines? can anybody requirement us a country where we can perform this ceremony
    16 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is it disrespectful and a red flag that my fiancé keeps his social media secret from Me?

    He says he’s not hiding anything but he doesn’t want me on his Facebook or Instagram accounts. He said that I overreact too much. However, I know he follows naked women and trashy accounts where they are webcam models. I’ve seen it before and told Him how disrespectful I thought it was and wanted him To stop. He’s... show more
    He says he’s not hiding anything but he doesn’t want me on his Facebook or Instagram accounts. He said that I overreact too much. However, I know he follows naked women and trashy accounts where they are webcam models. I’ve seen it before and told Him how disrespectful I thought it was and wanted him To stop. He’s always telling me Loves me, thinks I’m beautiful, and asked me To marry him. He follows and allows other women to follow him, yet he doesn’t want his own fiancé on his accounts? I don’t know if I should marry someone who is so secretive and doing these things.
    13 answers · 2 days ago
  • Diamonds keep falling out of my engagement ring?

    Diamonds keep falling out of my engagement ring?

    Best answer: You need to take the ring to a qualified jeweler to have the stones tightened and any missing ones replaced. You can get an estimate before you agree to have any work done.
    Best answer: You need to take the ring to a qualified jeweler to have the stones tightened and any missing ones replaced. You can get an estimate before you agree to have any work done.
    14 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is 6 hours too long for a wedding reception?

    Best answer: Most reception I go to are five hours.
    Six it not to long.
    Best answer: Most reception I go to are five hours.
    Six it not to long.
    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • Lesbian wedding, mixed-gender party, help?

    I have mostly male friends, so it was only natural for me to ask them to stand with me. We picked our wedding parties about 2 weeks ago, and we ended up with me having 4 boys and 2 girls and her having an all-female party minus her brother. Now I in particular don't know what to do. Was it a bad choice having... show more
    I have mostly male friends, so it was only natural for me to ask them to stand with me. We picked our wedding parties about 2 weeks ago, and we ended up with me having 4 boys and 2 girls and her having an all-female party minus her brother. Now I in particular don't know what to do. Was it a bad choice having mostly men? I can't go around saying "This is John, he's my bridesmaid" because that would just sound awkward. And how do we plan things, like what can everyone wear/do that won't make my boys feel emasculated? And what about getting ready? Does everyone change together? The wedding itself will be in July. Any feedback/suggestions would be helpful.
    14 answers · 4 days ago
  • Engagement Ring for my Girlfriend?!?

    My girlfriend (23) and I (24) have been dating for 9 years. From January 1-20, we're going on a big vacation to South Africa and Europe, and sometime during that vacation is where I'm going to propose to her. I. Am. Pumped. I'm really having a hard time choosing a ring for her, though. I pretty much... show more
    My girlfriend (23) and I (24) have been dating for 9 years. From January 1-20, we're going on a big vacation to South Africa and Europe, and sometime during that vacation is where I'm going to propose to her. I. Am. Pumped. I'm really having a hard time choosing a ring for her, though. I pretty much have to get her ring from Tiffany (they have a lot of family history associated with Tiffany and Company, long story). My girlfriend is so timeless and classic, and whatever ring I pick for her can't be "trendy" or anything like that- just classic and elegant. I'm really stressing out about this, everything needs to be perfect. I'll link some of the rings I'm looking at below. Please let me know which one you like the best. 1. http://www.tiffany.com/engagement/rings/... 2. http://www.tiffany.com/engagement/rings/... 3. http://www.tiffany.com/engagement/rings/... Thanks for all of the help!
    5 answers · 5 hours ago
  • Why did my fiancé's mother add extra smaller diamonds to enhance my fiancé's engagement ring?

    Best answer: I agree with another person who answered and said to pick your battles. Did mom do a nice thing by adding the diamonds from a pair of earrings to her daughter's engagement ring? Well, yes she did. But, did your fiancee ask mom to do this? The only way to know would be to ask her. But, asking that question could... show more
    Best answer: I agree with another person who answered and said to pick your battles. Did mom do a nice thing by adding the diamonds from a pair of earrings to her daughter's engagement ring? Well, yes she did. But, did your fiancee ask mom to do this? The only way to know would be to ask her. But, asking that question could bring about a pretty nasty argument. Personally, I would have talked to my fiance before letting my mother add diamonds to the engagement ring. Since this discussion didn't take place and presumably you don't want to rock the boat, let it go. How were you told about the ring having these diamonds added to it? How did you react to seeing the enhanced ring? I'm guessing you didn't make a fuss or say anything that would bring an end to the engagement. So, it's too late now to say anything negative. But, at some point when the two of you are married and settling in, be aware of your mother-in-law's influence on her daughter. If she constantly is butting in and trying to change things like the colours in the apartment or house, having her daughter change the china pattern to one that the two of you didn't choose, or maybe weighing in on when the two of you are ready to be parents, then you need to step up and talk to your now wife and the two of you together approach mom and nicely tell her that while her views are important, that the two of you will make the decisions.
    Right now, if your fiancee is happy and you feel that you can accept the revised ring, then let it go and don't make a fuss over it. Hopefully, your fiancee's mother did this as a gesture of goodwill and in no way was saying anything about the ring not being grand enough for her daughter. She just had these earrings that she wasn't wearing and thought it would be nice to add them to the ring. It's too late to make a fuss over the situation and maybe this is a learning curve for the two of you on how to adjust to having in-laws and how they can interfere where it wasn't really necessarily in the best interest of the couple. Let it go and move on. There will be other times where speaking up is more important.
    16 answers · 5 days ago
  • I screwed up big, I lied to my fiancé about money. What should I do now?

    So our brand new fridge went out. I squabbled for hours about it and the manufacturer agreed to refund us for the cost of the unit. In the meantime, my 16 yr old son whine was living with his father made bad choices and went to jail. I wanted to hire an attorney to get him out. Fiancé said no, be needs to sit in... show more
    So our brand new fridge went out. I squabbled for hours about it and the manufacturer agreed to refund us for the cost of the unit. In the meantime, my 16 yr old son whine was living with his father made bad choices and went to jail. I wanted to hire an attorney to get him out. Fiancé said no, be needs to sit in there and learn a lesson. (I know this would not be the case I’d it was his son) Within the same couple of days, the fridge money came. I took all $2500 and got my kid out of jail and hired and attorney. That was two months ago. Fiancé calls manufacture, they send him a copy of the check I obviously cashed and said I never got. I’m at work. He’s at home. I know he knows. I feel awful I lied. What do I do? I would love to go just stick my head in the sand.
    21 answers · 5 days ago
  • Did you invite your siblings friends to your wedding?

    Best answer: No you do not have to invite your friends siblings to your wedding. People have done that. When the sibling is much younger, I have seen couples inviting a few of their younger siblings friends. The siblings are in high school, the couples are in their 30's or older. It's like giving your single... show more
    Best answer: No you do not have to invite your friends siblings to your wedding.

    People have done that. When the sibling is much younger, I have seen couples inviting a few of their younger siblings friends. The siblings are in high school, the couples are in their 30's or older.

    It's like giving your single friends a plus one.
    Instead of date, they are friends of your sibling.
    5 answers · 12 hours ago
  • Thoughts on a morganite rose gold Engagement ring?

    I think they are beautiful, would i be judged for not having a diamond?
    I think they are beautiful, would i be judged for not having a diamond?
    12 answers · 4 days ago
  • Guest complained about her bf, a groomsman, going out for the bachelor party, now I hear shes attending the reception but not the wedding.?

    Best answer: Okay, this is a lot of drama that you don't need to deal with. Did you send this woman an invitation? If so and she has not sent in her RSVP card, then you need to call her to find out if she is in fact attending the reception. If she can't give you a direct answer, then you don't put her on the seating... show more
    Best answer: Okay, this is a lot of drama that you don't need to deal with. Did you send this woman an invitation? If so and she has not sent in her RSVP card, then you need to call her to find out if she is in fact attending the reception. If she can't give you a direct answer, then you don't put her on the seating plan. You might discreetly mention to her that her boyfriend will be sitting at the head table and that you will seat her at a table that has the girlfriends/wives of the other groomsmen. That should rattle her nerves a bit. But, she might not say that she is attending the reception and save you the time of fitting her into the seating plan. Don't worry about her not attending the wedding, some things you just cannot control. If she is rude enough to pull a stunt like this, don't dignify it with a response. It will look bad for her when others see her at the reception and know that she didn't attend the wedding. Hopefully they will ask her why she wasn't there. You have enough to worry about and take care of with the wedding planning. Don't spend another moment worrying about this situation. Find out if she is going to attend the reception, that's all you need to do. All you need is a yes or no and that's it. Let this insecure nut case fend for herself.
    14 answers · 5 days ago
  • How many wedding gifts are you suppose to buy someone close?

    Best answer: I didn't get more than one wedding present from any individual.
    Best answer: I didn't get more than one wedding present from any individual.
    18 answers · 6 days ago
  • How to have fun at a wedding being an introverted who doesn't get along with family?

    I'm a guest at a close relative wedding. Thing is I'm an introverted who has been living a very isolated (no complaints mind you)life for many years, I have no experience with weddings and parties. I don't like dancing and actually suck when I try. The worst part is that I'm invited just for being... show more
    I'm a guest at a close relative wedding. Thing is I'm an introverted who has been living a very isolated (no complaints mind you)life for many years, I have no experience with weddings and parties. I don't like dancing and actually suck when I try. The worst part is that I'm invited just for being a very close relative, my parents will be there too, but I don't get along with anybody else since my nuclear family was always isolated from the rest of the bigger family and when we interacted, it wasn't good, there are too many long dated resentments. I was at two other relatives weddings prior and had a dreadful time, I completely avoided the dance floor and even small chat with my older relatives were a drag. I naviagted through the ceremony and dinner because everyone was sitting but the moment the dancing started i didn't know what to do, must of the people left to dance and even my parents standed up to chat around, in a moment I was in my sit completely alone in the big dinner saloon and I felt like a failure, situations like that drove me to never try again but I cannot avoid this wedding. I cannot drop out since I already confirmed my presence and it would make my mum happy, but I don't want to have a bad time particularly because I think it's rude to the grooms. Sorry for the long post. Please, help. thanks!
    14 answers · 6 days ago
  • Not inviting your future in law to the wedding?

    I have a very legitimate reason as to why I don't want to invite any of them and my fiance fully understand. I'm not going to go into that long detail. I told him that I was going to have to break the news to somehow, but he doesn't want me to. He suggest we send the invitation "late" so the... show more
    I have a very legitimate reason as to why I don't want to invite any of them and my fiance fully understand. I'm not going to go into that long detail. I told him that I was going to have to break the news to somehow, but he doesn't want me to. He suggest we send the invitation "late" so the invite will arrive at their mail box after our wedding, and claim that there was a delayed at the post office... how is that even going to work? Don't ppl send out invite like a month or two ahead. Their not going to believe this. Should I just tell them that they are not invited, bc this just seems like a cowards way out.
    32 answers · 1 week ago