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Bride asks if she's wrong to plan a 5:30 am 'sunrise wedding' after family gets mad.

Bride asks if she's wrong to plan a 5:30 am 'sunrise wedding' after family gets mad.

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Sure, watching the sun rise sounds good in theory. But waking up that early is not for everyone—in fact, it's for almost no one. There are, of course, exceptions. A bride on Reddit said she and her fiance like to wake up early and watch the sunrise together every year on their anniversary, because watching a new day begin is "deeply meaningful" for them. But it turns out waking up that early is not "deeply meaningful" for their friends and family. Instead, it's deeply annoying.

When she and her husband-to-be decided to hold their wedding on the beach at the stunningly early hour of 5:30 am, her invitees were less than pleased.

In a post to Reddit's "Am I The A**hole?" forum, the bride explains:

Every year on our anniversary, my fiance and I wake up early to go to the beach and watch the sunrise together. It's a very special tradition, as we have both overcome a number of personal challenges during our time together, and the symbolism of watching a new day begin is deeply meaningful for us.

Sources: Reddit
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