How to support a friend dealing with multicultural family wedding drama
How can you support a friend during wedding planning when you can’t relate to their cultural experience? Here are some things my friends did to support me during my cultural family drama.
Handling transphobic family at your wedding – use this mic-drop wording!
We got this wedding advice question from someone asking how to handle transphobic family or intolerant wedding guests, helping her transgender and lesbian bridesmaids feel safer. Here’s our advice.
A sad mother of the bride asks: “How do I tell my friends I can’t invite them?”
“My 44 year old daughter is planning and paying for her own wedding. The guest list is at 200, and she has agreed to let us invite 6 close friends… but what do I say to all our other friends who may be expecting to be invited?”
My immigrant family disowned me: 5 ways to cope when your parents won’t attend your wedding
When I got engaged, my immigrant family disowned me. This post is the guide I wish I had, for all my fellow first-generation children of immigrants who are planning a wedding without their parents’ approval.
I had a microwedding, here’s how I minimized hurt feelings from guests
I only had a dozen guests at my wedding. For those of you who may also be having tiny microweddings due to Covid, here’s my advice for how to talk to guests who weren’t invited and may be dealing with hurt feelings…
Should I invite my dad and brother to my wedding, if they don’t like my fiance?
My boyfriend and I have now lived together for over a year and a half, and have decided to get married (yay!)… But my dad and my older brother still don’t like him. Do I ask them to come to the wedding, or no?