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Internet Backs Woman Who Boycotted Sister's Wedding After Daughter Fired as Flower Girl

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Newsweek
 2021-10-22
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Some bridesmaids and family members have also dropped out of the wedding...

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Calvin Brown
10-23

While the girls were a bit older than 4, when my best friend got married they had 2 flower girls. The girls made everyone who could see them laugh because when they got to the front of the church they still had rose petals left, so they both just turned the baskets upside down and dumped them in two big piles. Some people must not realize that it is the little things those young kids do that instead of ruining a ceremony or reception, actually make it more fun and memorable, especially for the guests.

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Julia Davis
10-24

i would've stayed home too. you don't treat anybody like that especially a 4yr old shame on the bride and the groom's cousins, the bride had her priorities all messed up.

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William Shakespeare
10-23

I know that weddings are supposed to be THE day for the bride and groom, but that doesn't give them the right to disregard the feelings of the other human beings who will be participating, both in the wedding party and as guests. Any wedding issues that will result in lifelong hurt feelings or family divisiveness ought to be addressed civilly and with respect toward all parties. And, note to grooms: If your intended starts to morph into a bridezilla, it's time to go for therapy or break off the wedding. This is a telltale sign of problems ahead.

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