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Mom asks if she was wrong to pull daughter out of flower girl role day before wedding.

Mom asks if she was wrong to pull daughter out of flower girl role day before wedding.

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The debate about child-free weddings versus family affairs with ring bearers and flower girls, pony rides, and an ice cream bar can be a divisive one...

While weddings usually aim to be romantic stress-free events, when family emerges from the woodwork to offer their unsolicited opinions on the signature cocktails, it can cause any otherwise calm person to enter "'Zilla" territory. Last-minute changes to plans, drama in the bridal party group chat, the mother-in-law showing up in a white lace gown--anything is possible on a wedding day. Still, most guests understand that stealing the spotlight from the couple getting married is a classic wedding faux pas and brides can usually expect their "special day" to go off without a temper tantrum regardless of whether or not toddlers are invited.

So, when a conflicted mom decided to consult the moral compass of the internet otherwise known as Reddit's "Am I the As*hole" about whether or not she was wrong to prevent her daughter from being the flower girl at her friend's wedding, people were quick to help deem a verdict.

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