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Groom asks if he's wrong for uninviting mom from wedding after she criticized fiancé's 'sexist' dress.

Groom asks if he's wrong for uninviting mom from wedding after she criticized fiancé's 'sexist' dress.

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In theory, a bride should be able to pick whatever wedding dress she fancies without facing backlash. But in reality, planning a wedding is a complicated process that takes on board the feelings and opinions of a lot of people, and that can make it a headache at times.

In a recent post on the Am I The A*shole subreddit, a groom-to-be asked if he was wrong for uninviting his mother to the wedding after she harassed his fiance over her wedding dress choice.

AITA For uninviting my mother for continuously insulting my fiancee's wedding dress choice?

OP kicked off the post by sharing he proposed back in November, and while quarantine isn't the prime time to plan a wedding, they are moving forward with preparations before nailing down a date.

As you can guess, I am getting married. I had proposed back in November, and I supposed now isn't the best moment to be having a wedding, I'll admit. But we're still in the preparation phase, so I suppose we're lucky.

Since OP's fiance has always loved dressing vintage, she has her eyes set on wearing an Edwardian or early 20th century wedding dress.

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