Between the cost of the venue, the flowers, the dresses, the sometimes lavish destination bachelor and bachelorette parties, elaborate bridal showers, and the constant event-planning with a group of people who have no idea how to delegate tasks, it can definitely be a big mess. If you've ever been a part of a bridal party or group of groomsmen, you know that getting a group of someone's closest friends and family to find the time in their schedule to get together and organize events is a special sort of challenge. The egos involved in a wedding can be mind-blowing, but it can usually be easily forgotten once the day finally comes and everyone is crying with a glass (or seven) of champagne.
Combine all the standard drama with in-law relations, and you definitely have a recipe for a dramatic disaster. So, when a recent Reddit user consulted the internet's moral compass about her concern about being able to execute a wedding task shortly after she gives birth, people were there to offer up some advice.