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Adult who 'ruined' ceremony as a kid sparks debate about child-free weddings.

Adult who 'ruined' ceremony as a kid sparks debate about child-free weddings.

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While children can be adorable in their tiny formal attire at weddings, celebrating commitment and romantic love during a quiet ceremony and booze-filled party isn't exactly a kid-friendly activity...

Do children care about the Maid of Honor speeches, wedding party entrances, or tiny grilled cheese sandwiches served on silver trays with mason jars full of tomato soup? Probably not. Will they scream, cry, and complain during an important moment that the couple getting married spent months planning? Most likely. So, when a conflicted former wedding guest decided to consult the gloriously petty and judgmental "Wedding Shaming," group on Reddit about their childhood mistake during the vows, people were eager to pile on.

Kids at the ceremony, not the reception. And yet...

So a policy that said "kids at the ceremony, not the reception" always was confusing to me because of this exact story, and yes, I will accept any and all shame because I was the rude guest in this encounter.

Years ago, when I was about...maybe 12 or younger? I'm not exactly sure. I was old enough to be embarrassed but young enough to cause embarrassment, if that makes sense... my family attended a wedding in Chicago. We lived about 2 hours away.

Sources: Reddit
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