People love to say weddings are all about the bride (and sometimes the groom gets a shoutout, too).
But in practice, plenty of people or things can upstage the bride, whether it's a mother-in-law in white or a semi-famous brother. For one bride, it's the latter.
A bride asked Reddit for advice when she realized her brother's sheer presence at her nuptials would ensure the day wasn't all about her.
"[Am I the a-hole] for banning my brother from my wedding because he’s too 'famous' in our family?" she asked. Here's her backstory.
So I’m (24F) getting married in May and have raised the idea that my older brother (30M) maybe shouldn’t come. The reason is I’d like to have just one day where I can see my extended family and friends without them oohing and aahing over my brother. We live in a really small town in Georgia, part of a minority community (Viet-American) and my brother has always been semi-famous because of his accomplishments.