Most couples decided to reschedule their wedding until everyone could be fully vaccinated, but some people chose Zoom ceremonies, elopements, or small socially-distanced outdoor ceremonies. Still, refusing to reschedule and asking venues, bartenders, servers, and photographers to accommodate your completely "unessential" party was a heavily debated moral dilemma. Will everyone actually wear masks on the dance floor? Can you realistically socially distance during a happy celebration of love with all your family and friends? No hugs allowed regardless of how many tequila shots you've had, Aunt Maria.
While most wedding vendors were able to work out an agreement with couples who had to change the date, size or scale of their celebration, expecting a full refund after signing a contract for anything wedding-related is pretty delusional even for a "COVID-bridezilla." So, when a frustrated pandemic bride decided to consult the moral compass of the internet otherwise known as Reddit's "Am I the As*hole?" about whether or not she would be wrong to take legal action after a photographer insisted on keeping their original contract, people were there to help deem a verdict.