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Bridesmaid asks if she was wrong for refusing to let bride borrow her necklace.

Bridesmaid asks if she was wrong for refusing to let bride borrow her necklace.

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A wedding should be a special day for the bride. But often wanting the "perfect" wedding can veer into entitled, unacceptable behavior.

A woman who was bridesmaid in her friend's wedding took to Reddit's "Am I The A**hole?" page to ask if she's wrong for refusing to allow the bride borrow her necklace on her wedding day.

She explains:

My (31f) friend (30f), we’ll call Mary, got married last week and I was in her bridal party. For context, we are friends from high school and all of her other bridesmaids were her friends from college who I hadn’t met until her Bachelorette party several months ago. I also wasn’t familiar with anyone at this wedding outside of Mary’s immediate family.

The bridesmaid explains that she planned to attend the wedding with her fiance, but he contracted COVID so he had to stay home.

A few months ago, her fiance gave her an opal necklace specifically to wear to the wedding, since it complimented her bridesmaid dress.

I was supposed to attend the wedding with my own fiancé but he contracted Covid 5 days before we were supposed to leave and made the choice to stay home for everyone’s safety (I tested negative and we don’t live together). Our 5th anniversary of our first date was 2 months ago and he got me a beautiful opal necklace on a gold chain specifically to wear to the wedding because it complimented my bridesmaid dress. I asked Mary in our bridal party group chat if she was alright with us wearing our own jewelry to the wedding, she said no problem.

Sources: Reddit
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