By Anonymous - 6/4/2020 05:00

With any luck, it'll be canceled

Today, I found out that my friends finally scheduled their wedding. The entire friend group of the groom, which I am part of, is in the wedding. Except me. If I go I’ll have to watch my boyfriend, who is a groomsman, walk down the aisle with one of the bride’s friends on his arm while I sit alone. FML
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By  emcarmel  |  6

Just because you’re in their friendship circle doesn’t mean you have to be in the wedding party. Who cares if your boyfriend is walking down the aisle with another bridesmaid, it’s not like they’ll be getting married. Just be happy for your friends.

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By  emcarmel  |  6

Just because you’re in their friendship circle doesn’t mean you have to be in the wedding party. Who cares if your boyfriend is walking down the aisle with another bridesmaid, it’s not like they’ll be getting married. Just be happy for your friends.

By  LadyRen  |  19

You’re friends with the groom. Groom doesn’t choose the bridesmaids, the bride does. Just because your bf was chosen doesn’t mean the bride has to auto pick you when you’re in the grooms friend group (not hers).

By  icalledhisname  |  9

A similar thing happened to me when my cousin got married. Everyone in our family took part except me. It sucked. I know there’s that belief that if everyone has a problem with someone, that person is the problem, as in, that person did something wrong. That’s truly not me. I’ll bet it’s not you either. People are just thoughtless sometimes.