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Bride having child-free wedding asks if she's wrong for not allowing niece to attend.

Bride having child-free wedding asks if she's wrong for not allowing niece to attend.

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Child-free weddings can sometimes be a divisive topic in families, especially if some people assume their kid will get a special pass...

Having to find childcare for a wedding can be a pain, but not every wedding is necessarily child-friendly either. Screaming toddlers during sentimental vows, kids throwing expensive food all over a formal venue, tipsy adults in expensive clothing on the dance floor--weddings aren't events that were designed for kids. The flower girl is always adorable until she throws a temper tantrum over the lack of rainbow sprinkles on the ice cream bar.

So, when a conflicted bride decided to consult the online courtroom of moral philosophy otherwise known as Reddit's "Am I the As*hole?" about whether or not she would be wrong to insist on a strict "child-free" wedding rule despite her niece's birthday, people were quick to help deem a verdict.

AITA (Am I the As*hole) for wanting a child-free wedding on my nieces' birthday?

So me (28F) and future hubby are doing the damn thing (hopefully) this year in August. We have been engaged since 2019 (and together since 2012) so this has been long time coming.

For some background, I have 10 siblings (I am the youngest) and combined they have 30 children, 20 of which are aged between 4 to 17 years.

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