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Woman asks if she's wrong for ditching sister's wedding because it's too expensive.

Woman asks if she's wrong for ditching sister's wedding because it's too expensive.

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We, as a society, have acceoted that weddings are expensive for the people getting married—it's the price they pay for falling in love (and wanting to impress everyone they know). Bridesmaids and groomsmen know that being in the wedding party should come with an expense account, as the responsibilities often include travel and specific outfits. But, how much should attending a wedding cost for a guest?

A woman posted on "Am I The A**hole?" inquiring whether she was wrong to change her RSVP to her sister's wedding from a yes to a no after the expenses began to add up.

She explained her relationship with her sister, and her sister's wedding demands:

My sister is getting married in January. She sent the invites last month and I RSVP'd yes. We're not close so it was more about me being there because it's what you do than actually wanting to be there. But soon after my husband and I regretted our response. My sister has chosen the clothes for each immediate member of her and her fiance's family to buy and has said we will be turned away if we don't comply. My dress is $350, my husband's suit is $290, our daughter's (6) dress $120 and our sons (4 and 1) were going to be in $80 suits.

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