A bride didn’t let her cousin’s boyfriend propose at her wedding and the couple took evil revenge on her.
A bride has revealed that she stopped her cousin’s boyfriend from proposing her cousin in the middle of her wedding reception.
The bride shared on Reddit’s Am I The A**hole forum: “My wedding was September 21st, 2019. My cousin and her boyfriend have only been dating not even 6 months at this point. We’re all having a great time at my wedding. My husband and I are mingling with guest while everyone dances.”
“The next thing I know is my cousins boyfriend asks the DJ for his mike and goes to the center of the dance floor saying he has an “announcement” to make and calls my cousin over.
So, I rush over and say, “Nope, no one is getting engaged during my special day especially during my reception.You can get engaged later tonight but not right now. It’s my day. Thank you for understanding. ” and I go to walk away. ”
Her cousin started crying and her aunt started yelling at her for being ‘an entitled brat’. Her family also scolded her for not allowing her cousin’s boyfriend to propose her on her big day.
However, the bride still didn’t allow the couple to get engaged on her big day.
Her cousin and her boyfriend decided to take revenge on her when the family reunited at Christmas.
The bride wrote on Reddit: ‘Flash forward to Christmas. Ugh, it was terrible! My stepdads entire side were rude and ignoring my husband and I. And of course, guess what happens! My cousin and her now fiancé announced their wedding date – September 21st, 2020!’
‘I’m beyond pissed and so not planning to go. It’s my damn one year wedding anniversary! My family is upset that they would do that to piss me off for not allowing them to get engaged during my reception.’
‘My cousin says they chose to get married on their one year engagement anniversary. Either way, regardless of the real reason, I’m still upset. Of course, my nana is super excited.’
The bride asked the Internet users if she was wrong or doesn’t she have any right to be upset. The Internet users wholeheartedly supported her and told her she did the right thing.
It’s rude to ruin someone’s big day and even ruder to take revenge on them by planning their wedding on the same day they wedded.
The woman definitely did the right thing. What do you think about it?
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