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This Bride-To-Be's Husband Won't Let Her Best Mate Be In The Ceremony Cause She's Not Good Looking Enough

By katedemolder

December 20, 2016 at 12:18am


Oh, awkward.

Reddit user Cocolumpia0784 reached out to the good people of the internet (ooh, not a good idea luv) for advice on her unique situation and received a massive backlash. 

She stated that her fiancé didn't want her BFF to be part of the bridal party celebrations because she 'wasn't attractive enough'.


Her exact message on the site read:

Me and My fiancé are starting to plan our wedding. It has been brought to my attention from my fiance that he does not want my BFF to be in our wedding because she is not attractive. He says he doesn't want her ruining our wedding photos and only wants attractive people in our wedding party. 

I think that this is absurd. I feel like my BFF will be assuming she is in the wedding party, but when I don't ask her she will question it. I would feel horrible knowing I didn't ask her because my fiance wants good looking people in our party.

I don't know how to handle this. Ive asked my fiance to remove someone in his groom party but he doesn't want to. Sadly I don't have many girlfriends to pick from so I'm at a loss. Please I'm looking for advice if any."

And boy, have the people responded. 

However, instead of people giving her their two cents on what to do, they have been telling her to reconsider her marriage.

One person said: ''This isn't someone I'd want to get married to.''

Another said: ''Ha ha ha, good luck with THAT marriage! What happens when YOU get older and "less attractive"? Or if you have kids and they "ruin your figure"?''


What would you do in this situation?

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