The whole point of a wedding is to celebrate the couple getting married, and guests are expected to abide by their wishes and rules. Hideous matching bridesmaids dresses? You got it. An exploding cake? Sure, why not. No kids allowed? Then that's what you should get. Your wedding, your choice. So it's understandable that a soon-to-be-married guy was pretty upset when his soon-to-be sister-in-law pushed back against he and his partner's decision to not invite kids to their traditional wedding.
The groom shared his story on Reddit's "Am I The A**hole?" forum to get the internet to weigh in on if he did the right thing. Her writes:
I'm going to try cut a long story short here.
Basically I'm getting married soon, yay me. My partners family has been heavily involved due to tradition and wanting the wedding to be somewhat traditional, which I have no problem with. The wedding is going to be traditional and their parents have helped with funding some of the wedding.