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Groom asks how to get out of wedding-night ritual expected by fiancé's family.

Groom asks how to get out of wedding-night ritual expected by fiancé's family.

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Nobody wants their in-laws involved in their love life — and one man's fiancée's family is taking that kind of involvement to another level.

A soon-to-be groom asked for advice on Reddit after he found out his wife's family has a very WTF wedding night tradition. Hint: it includes a family heirloom sex blanket.

The groom specifies that her family is big and boisterous:

So I'm (23M) getting married to my GF (23F) early next year if all goes to plan. I don't have a lot of family (I'm no contact with my dad for several years now.) She, however, has a huge extended family.

For the most part we get on great. They tend to be very loud and have huge personalities, which is sometimes hard for me to deal with since I've always been on the quiet side. But overall very warm and caring people.

He noticed they joke around a lot about what will happen on their wedding night:

Something weird I've noticed since we got engaged is that my GF's cousins sometimes make jokes about our wedding night. It's weird for them to joke about it since I'm pretty sure her family is aware we've slept together before since we share a bed at holiday gatherings and vacations.

Sources: Reddit
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